IT guidelines from some government organizations and world bank require biometric authentication for document approval from officers.
Due to people leaving the organizations and their email accounts getting deleted, an exchange of email between organizations is still not considered good enough, though it has been approved legally in most countries.
A Cayman Islands company is coming up with a registered email service but it did not appear to be a complete solution. A third-party service providing a secure place to save the electronic documents exchanged between organizations would be useful in reducing the paperwork between them.
It could be done with the simple protocol:
– All organizations agree to a common box for cc of emails eg: firstname.lastname@example.org
– All internal employees’ emails and their managers’ emails are arranged in a hierarchy. An automated process forwards emails received on cc box with a copy to a particular employee to that employee’s manager.
– Company A’s officer sends an email to Company B’s officer with a copy to the registered email service provider eg: email@example.com
– The automated process running on cc box email id in each company forwards that email to the employee’s managers.
The registered mail service would make money firstly by putting banner ads at the bottom of these emails, and secondly by charging cash in case any company wants a copy of the email to be presented in a legal dispute with the registered email service company.