Most clichés originated from terms that were once clever, useful and connoted some broader meaning from hearing the phrase. These welcome, useful terms catch on and last over time but eventually get overused and then get relegated to cliché status. “The Hair of the Dog,” as an example, lives in infamy today to mean, ‘indulge again in what you overindulged, and you may feel better’. This term originated from a 16th century medical “remedy” where if you were bitten by a rabid dog, you would put the burnt hair of that dog on the wound, and the hair would supposedly act as an antidote.
Today’s challenges with antidotes and vaccines aside, we may be experiencing the birth of a new cliché: “The New Normal”, implying that COVID may have changed some of our behaviors forever. Whether you believe this or not, one thing we promise is not to use either of these clichés in our Optimize! eSign & E-Security user conference (register for this October 1 free half-day virtual event here).
We promise not to use “The New Normal” when talking about what industries have transitioned to in order to obtain eSign and e-security automation, more affordable feature rich options, or tips for managing business better from home. We also promise not use “The Hair of the Dog” when referring to the conference’s virtual themed (BYOB) cocktail receptions (Cajun room, home brew room, hunting and fishing room…).
What the Optimize! conference will share are insights from more than 25 insurance, financial, government, and property management companies and organizations who have developed tips and tricks for optimizing eSign and e-security for their home-or-hybrid workforce given today’s challenges.
The top three messages that we believe these business operators and experts will share at RPost’s Optimize! eSign and E-Security User Conference (click to register) are:
While we could write up more tips and tricks that will be shared at RPost’s user conference, Optimize! eSign & E-Security, considering today’s appetite for reading more about politics, we will hold off and share these at the free virtual conference. See you there on October 1.
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