Physical space as we know it has disappeared from B2B environments. This affects the electronic creation and transmission of documents that are exchanged by companies as well as data retention in electronic format over time. To respond to this need of the intra-community market, the European Union has developed a regulatory framework that provides security for electronic activities that occur in both public and private environments. These security mechanisms are reflected in Regulation 910/2014 (eIDAS) on electronic identification and trust services for electronic transactions in the internal market.
A data EAS comprises a series of hardware, software, and IT processes that control information capture and classification, guaranteeing long-term document accessibility and integrity.
Electronic certification mechanisms such as an electronic signature, electronic seal, or electronic time stamp establish encryption procedures on documents that make it possible to ensure their reliability and integrity from the moment they are applied.
EDICOMLta, the electronic document archiving system from EDICOM
Solution for long-term electronic document archiving with full access, retrieval, and evidence management guarantees that make it possible to objectively demonstrate the integrity of the data archived in the service from the time it is logged.
To better understand the EDICOMLta solution, the guide incorporates an annex with three practical cases of VAT electronic bookkeeping, human resources department documents and electronic invoices addressed to the public administration.