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Recognition Hardware Software Strategy
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DX marks the spot

Inefficient document workflows are inhibiting business success, argues Owen Balloch, Northern European Marketing Manager at Alaris, a Kodak Alaris business

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Making automation stick

When it comes to AI it is vital to choose 'the right tech, not the hyped tech', argues Neil Murphy, Global VP at ABBYY

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It all adds up

'Making Tax Digital' can be easy with Fujitsu's ScanSnap range of scanners, according to leading distributor Midwich

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ibml FUSiON launches: most comprehensive intelligent information capture solution

Is this world’s fastest, ultra-high-volume, intelligent scanner?

Kofax enhances RPA for faster time to value

Digital workforce management minimises security risk and improves business outcomes

PFU to ship 3000 scanners to French hospitals

Latest fi-800R scanners going to 600 hospital sites

Alfresco helps George Eliot Hospital NHS Trust begin paperless journey

Speeding up patient referral process and improving patient outcomes

Product review

Review: Fujitsu fi-7800

Fujitsu's latest production scanning offerings continue the company's trend with that range of focusing on usability and total cost of ownership as much as on specific product features

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Case Study

Complementary healthcare

An innovative combination of technologies is helping Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust to optimise processes and share health record data

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DM Awards 2019

“Vincerò! Vincerò!”

This year's DM Awards celebrated the best of the industry at what has become the document and content management sector's annual end of year get-together; here are all the winners and runners-up along with details of the night itself

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As I write this article I am also following a live news conference from Downing Street where the Prime Minister and others are talking about the potential impact of the coronavirus on the UK - a depressing watch for sure, especially as people talk about the ‘economic shock’ of a major healthcare problem including supply chain and cashflow problems on top of the virus itself.

There are suggestions that we might see 20% of staff not being in work if things worsen - and for people whose job roles involve constant close physical interaction with others, it is easy to understand their concerns. After asking the Prime Minister whether he would continue routinely shaking hands with people he meets (he said he would, by the way) one BBC correspondent asked the same question of a medical expert in the studio who replied “I’m a virologist; I tend not to shake hands with people at the best of times - I know what’s on them!”

If this virus does have the impact on the business world that some are predicting, it might mean we see more organisations looking at remote and home working, teleconferencing and the like. Could this possible horror story turn out to be a positive thing for the way we all work?

David Tyler


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