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Expanding User Types for Utilizing Certified e-Document Authorities

  • The Korean Journal of Archival Studies
  • 2011, (30), pp.175-204
  • Publisher : Korean Society Of Archival Studies
  • Research Area : Interdisciplinary Studies > Library and Information Science

Byoungho Song 1

1상명대학교

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ABSTRACT

Electronic records are generated not only in public sector but also in private sector. Records will be used across the public-private boundary. The Certified e-Document Authorities(CeDAs) may keep electronic documents in private sector for preservation and evidence, like the official Record Management Systems for Public sector. A CeDA is the Trusted Third Party (TTP) as a business to be entrusted and proof interchanging documents between parties. This CeDA system could be sustainable only if the CeDA earn the enough sales through enough uses. And yet, all the eight CeDA companies have not had enough users. How to utilize CeDAs is one of the hot issues in this area. In this paper, We analyze the threat to trustworthiness of CeDA due to payment of only one party among others, and describe the difficulty in use of CeDA for an individual user. These things make CeDAs cannot have enough users. To do address these, We expand the boundary of relevant parties for a document, present a delegate-establishing option under a joint name, show the needs of identifying and notifying minimum relevant parties, and suggest the proxy parties to help the individual users.

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