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Manage personnel administration in the home office without worries and send confidential data securely by email

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Solving human resources tasks from home can be quite difficult. Due to the sensitive nature of the data involved, job applications should be forwarded securely to the responsible department. It should also be possible to distribute the payroll slips easily and securely to the employees. In this article you will learn how to do these tasks effortlessly from home.

If you send an unencrypted e-mail, the content can easily be read and manipulated by third parties. Especially the protection of personal data is subject to legal regulations. With Frama RMail you can send encrypted e-mails with just one click - ideal for the home office. However, there are more features to discover.

Track and prove emails

For each e-mail you send with Frama RMail, you will receive a delivery proof. This allows you to prove the effective content as well as the delivery status, proof of protected transmission and delivery time.

In the time ticket dispatch example, you can therefore prove at any time which content was sent and that the recipient received it. This also allows you to forward sensitive data securely to your colleagues in application processes. When communicating with applicants, there is also no uncertainty as to whether they have received your e-mail or not. And best of all: Thanks to Secure Reply, the applicant can reply to your e-mail, encrypted as well, without being in possession of Frama RMail.

Sounds interesting? Join the Frama Home Office initiative now

We support your digitalisation and home office work by providing 500 RMail messages and 200 RSign signatures per user per month from now and free of charge until December 31st.

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