Communication is essential for any company, and with the prevalence of the Internet, using email has become an essential means of staying in contact with workers, clients, suppliers, and partners.
The digital transformation of companies has transformed the way they communicate with their customers, suppliers, and workers. Moreover, recently, the use of digital communications has been developed and expanded. However, various digital communications have different legal values, while the eIDAS Regulation outlines the requirements for electronic communications to hold legal validity. This post will discuss the use of registered SMS communications and when to use them.
In many cases, given the relevance of the notification to be made, it is essential to make a reliable notification. In this post, we tell you what it is and how to do it digitally so that you do not make any mistakes and so that your notification can be used as evidence in a court of law.
Many email communications with other companies, customers, suppliers and others are currently being made in companies. In some cases, the information being transmitted is essential, and it is interesting to know if the other party has received and read the mail. Registered email is used to be certain, but a question arises: Is Registered email valid as evidence in a trial? We clear off your doubts.
In residents’ associations, many communications are carried out that need to be sent reliably. Registered email saves time and money, providing legal certainty. This post tells you about the uses of Registered email in resident’s association, its benefits, and legal validity.