Category Archives: Infographics
A signature is a representation of someone’s name. It is used with the intent to agree to and acknowledge the terms of a document, and it is also used to verify & confirm the identity of a person.
But where did signatures come from? Who was the first person to use a signature? What’s the difference between a signature, an autograph, and a pictograph?
This infographic will guide you through the origins of a signature, the difference between different types of signatures, some interesting stats about the use of electronic signatures, and the pros and cons of an electronic signatures vs. handwritten signatures.
If you’ve ever wondered how PDF came to be and who its brilliant inventor was (I know, riveting stuff), you need not to wonder anymore. We’ve done a whole bunch of research and have come up with an infographic that explains the history and evolution of PDF.
This infographic will demonstrate what a PDF is and how it came to be the king of file types in terms of compatibility and security (among other things). It will also offer a brief history on its inventor, John E. Warnock, and when and why he came up with PDF in the first place.
Trying to choose between all the different cloud storage providers out there can be intimidating. What are the pros and cons of each? How much storage space do you need? What are the advantages of cloud storage?
For one thing, cloud storage is accessible anytime, anywhere. All you need is an Internet connection and a working computer, smartphone or tablet. Best part about your files being stored in the cloud is that even if your device is lost, stolen or damaged, your saved files will remain intact.
Rummaging through your paper documents can be a hassle, not to mention time-consuming. So where does OCR fit in? Simple – this advanced technology will help you digitize all your files so you can access them directly from your computer.
Our infographic will explain what OCR does exactly and how it works, plus it offers a step-by-step guide on how to use it so you can try it out for yourself. We’ve also included a list of all the benefits you’ll enjoy by digitizing your paper documents, including saving time and resources, quickly finding keywords, decluttering, and more.