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I.T. decision makers investing in tech for productivity
Research | February 2021
New research from Brother shows that more than eight in ten businesses are increasing their focus on productivity, with digital infrastructure investment driving the productivity push. As such, firms are boosting their IT budgets by an average of 13%

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Product Focus: Kodak S3100
Review | February 2021
Kodak Alaris announced its new S3000 series A3 scanners as a more or less 'like-for-like' replacement for the company's much-admired i3000 devices, but in truth these are far more than an upgrade, offering enhanced features, faster scans, better connectivity, and much more besides.

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Oyster partners with Konica Minolta
News | February 2021
Midlands firm aims to be leading supplier of managed print solutions
ibml launches new FUSiON 7200 scanner
News | February 2021
'Best in class technology' for high volume scanning at an affordable price

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New web client offering from M-Files
News | February 2021
Offers heightened user experience, faster adoption and ROI in Information Management

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PFU adds two devices to ScanSnap line-up
News | February 2021
ScanSnap iX1600 and ScanSnap iX1400 'make personal scanning simpler and more productive'
Next steps for cloud-based content
Opinion | February 2021
Tim Hood, Associate Vice President for Hyland in EMEA, argues that moving business processes and content to the Cloud is 'the only sustainable strategy' for organisations striving for zero downtime and data loss

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Virtual clinics ease COVID-19 burden
Case Study | February 2021
In a project that won the coveted Project of the Year trophy at the 2020 DM Awards, IMMJ Systems deployed its clinical electronic document management solution at one London NHS Trust in order to support virtual clinical operations during the COVID-19 crisis
DM Awards 2020
Awards | February 2021
The 2020 DM Awards winners were announced on November 19th. If you missed it, you can enjoy the whole ceremony here!

Welcome to the February eNewsletter from Document Manager, which includes - perhaps not surprisingly - more than one piece that touches on the ongoing impact of Covid-19 on how we do business. The case study from IMMJ (which won the coveted Project of the Year trophy at the DM Awards late last year) describes how one NHS Trust use document management technologies to support 'virtual clinics' - a service which allows Healthcare professionals to view any patient's digitised records, from anywhere.

We also look in depth at some recent research from Brother UK which suggests that over 80% of UK firms are investing in digital infrastructure to boost their productivity in the wake of the pandemic. The idea is to deliver productivity gains while also getting round barriers such as the need for meetings and inadequate legacy IT infrastructure.

Andy Johnson, head of product and solutions management at Brother UK, said: "Reliable hardware and devices… will be key in helping businesses become more productive, coupled with other easy updates, such as making sure all infrastructure is properly secured and opting for software solutions that support remote working and end-to-end workflows."

As we all wait for the gradual effects of the vaccination programmes to take hold, it is reassuring to see that businesses aren't expecting to go back to 'doing things the old way' in the future.

David Tyler, Editor
Document Manager Magazine

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