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Faster access to film and fiche

Converting microfilm or microfiche slides and aperture cards into digital files is becoming one of the most time-saving and cost-effective ways of ensuring valuable records are preserved and ready for instant use, explains Daniel Johnson, Marketing Manager at Storetec

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Intelligent Document Recognition - the bottom line

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W4 is a French software developer with 20 years of in-depth knowledge of BPM development, integration and user experience, and over 1 million end users in 300+ organisations

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Cheques and balances

New cheque scanners from Canon

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Handle with care

A document management implementation at Somerset Partnership NHS Foundation Trust taps into NHS objectives to improve efficiency while reducing costs, while also adding extra patient security

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Overcoming the challenges of information management in manufacturing

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Storage, sharing and retrieval of business critical documents

Documents such as invoices, quotations, SLA, contracts and orders etc., are the lifeblood of your business

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Document Manager Resource Guide (DMRG)

About the DMRG

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CCube Solutions specializes in providing CCube Electronic Document, Records, and Content Management & Workflow solutions, based on the CCube software suite Systems scale from small departmental applications to large enterprise...

Canon UK Ltd

For over 70 years Canon has been pioneering leading-edge imaging technologies - from image capture, manipulation, processing to print output, management, and sharing. Canon has a rich history in imaging innovation, constantly driving new developments that keep our industry moving.

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Welcome to our March eNewsletter, which includes a news item from M-Files focused on a worrying but perhaps not uncommon prediction: that enterprises are in danger of drowning in the ever-growing mass of information and digital content being generated. What will exacerbate this problem, the company’s research suggests, is the inability of legacy IT systems to handle such volumes of content in a meaningful or useful way.

For Julian Cook of M-Files the findings are unsurprising and highlight the pressing need for an overhaul to the way content is managed: “Addressing organisational issues when it comes to managing content is a very real challenge facing businesses. The wide-spread adoption of cloud computing, along with the increased opportunity for remote working environments and the growth of the BYOD culture, mean that information is no-longer restricted to the four walls of the office. These seismic shifts in the way that organisations operate and the technology they use have resulted in increasing amounts of information proliferating throughout the organisations and residing in a whole host of disparate systems. The reality, however, is that this pace of change amongst enterprises and the proliferation of data is not syncing with the systems needed to support it.”

Are things really that bad? As ever we’d love to hear your views from within the industry: feel free to contact me at the email below.

David Tyler


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