Adobe to introduce digital camera with a new digital footprint – The Times
Digital cameras have become commonplace in the workplace, but a new company is aiming to change the way we think about them.
Adobe is launching a digital camera that will offer digital footprints for all its digital products and services, including print, digital signage, and video.
The new digital camera will be called the Adobe Digital Signature.
In a blog post, Adobe said the camera would “enable you to capture and share your digital experience across multiple devices and platforms.”
The company said the new camera is intended for “people who work at home, work remotely, and for businesses that require a secure digital footprint.”
The Adobe Digital Signatures, which are part of Adobe’s Digital Signature program, will have an optional digital footprint for a $299, and will be available in black and white and white formats starting in October.
The company also says that the camera will provide an additional layer of security by adding an extra layer of digital fingerprints that will help police trace back digital fingerprints in digital signatures.
The fingerprinting will help to identify digital signatures that are created during use.
The camera will include an optional fingerprint reader, and Adobe will work with the US Secret Service to help law enforcement protect the digital signature.
“The camera, like all digital products, will be subject to a variety of security measures and controls that will safeguard your personal information and security,” Adobe wrote.
“This includes a security perimeter and a password-protected account.”
Adobe’s Digital Signature is the company’s latest effort to bring the digital footprint concept into the workplace.
The company has been working with the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) to offer its digital signature service to some employees through a partnership with OPM.
In 2014, Adobe was criticized for the way it handled the digital footprints it created to help track down hackers, with the company allowing its employees to create their own digital signatures for use at home.
The digital footprint business model was also criticized for not being flexible enough.