Melbourne-founded document productivity company Nitro has launched Nitro Sign, a standalone electronic signature solution designed to allow anyone to get documents signed “smarter, faster, more securely” on any device – without the need for paper, pen or printers.
Hoping to fuel innovation in digital penmanship with a free one-year membership for start-ups and nonprofits in the digital ink-enabled space, this ecosystem clearly hopes to write it own ticket to success.
Telstra has launched its first software-defined networking products for Australian customers, developed with Cisco, that lets businesses instantly deploy and configure services over Telstra’s networks.
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