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Welcome to our first eNewsletter of 2022! If you're anything like me, you're doubtless hoping that this year will feel like a progression from the last, in the sense that we need to be moving on - both in a business and a personal well-being sense - from the bizarre inertia that Covid-19 has brought to the world.

Whether it is IT projects that keep being postponed, football fixtures being cancelled, or just not being able to spend time with our loved ones, the pandemic continues to act as an anchor on so many aspects of our day-to-day lives. It remains to be seen what long-lasting effects there might be on our mental health, but we can all agree that it can't be good for us to be in this 'limbo' state for much longer.

Grace Schneider of Storetec touches on these subjects in her article in this eNewsletter, which examines how business can try to maintain staff productivity while juggling often conflicting recommendations and/or mandates from government. As Grace comments: "If businesses are not willing to implement digital processes, it will be very difficult for employees to access documents from home, therefore eliminating the opportunity to work away from the office when they choose to. The Coronavirus pandemic has demonstrated how quickly businesses can adapt to a new working culture, so the transition from paper documents to an electronic archive should be easy to implement within organisations."

And so, as the song goes, say all of us.

David Tyler, Editor
Document Manager Magazine

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