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Covid-19 means we can no longer postpone digitisation
Opinion | March 2022
The pandemic has made digital business processes an urgent requirement, argues Dan Wajzner of Document Logistix, which poses challenges for culture change, speed of implementation and data migration

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The what, why, where and how of the AI conversation
Opinion | March 2022
Stephen Boals of Ephesoft shares the four key questions you need to ask an AI vendor

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Vatican digitises media archive with Fujitsu scanners
News | March 2022
Digitising millions of pages of often unique historical documents
Infosource shares 2022 Capture Vendor Matrix
News | March 2022
Ranks leading ISVs based on market direction and execution

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Alfa Romeo F1 Team partners with Hyland
News | March 2022
"Speed and agility drive better business performance"
New AI model speeds up document analysis for financial sector
News | March 2022
Joint development from Loughborough University and automation specialist Xceptor
The ascent of man
Case Study | March 2022
The Isle of Man's Central Registry function has moved to a 'Digital-first' approach that has allowed them to improve services at no additional cost, even during lockdown
Reimagining content processes
Opinion | March 2022
Digital transformation has taken on new meaning, argues Kyle McNabb of ASG Technologies, as enterprises seek to improve their responsiveness to volatile and complex market conditions
DM Awards 2021:
The 2021 DM Awards winners were announced at a glittering ceremony on Nov 18th - see all the winners and runners-up in full here
DM Awards | March 2022
Winner: FileStream - FileStream 5
Runner-up: iText - iText DITO
DM Awards | March 2022
Winner:Storetec Services Limited
Runner-up: Crown Records Management
DM Awards | March 2022
Winner: Kodak Alaris - Perfect Page Technology
Runner up: Kofax - Kofax ControlSuite

Welcome to the March edition of the Document Manager eNewsletter. After two years of commenting on the effect of Covid-19 on the industry and the wider world, we now find ourselves faced with circumstances even more dire and far-reaching with the situation in Ukraine.

It is natural to feel helpless in the face of such an overwhelming news story as a ground war in Europe, but once again it has been heartening to see how individuals have rallied to help those affected, often using technology in ways that couldn't have been imagined in previous war-zones.

Ukraine itself has rallied an 'IT army' of tech specialists to prepare for a predicted cyber war where hackers on both sides attempt to destabilise the other - a warning perhaps of our society's over-reliance on an IT infrastructure we tend to assume will always be there and working.

At the personal level we have seen individuals making AirBNB bookings for properties in Ukraine that, of course, they have no intention of actually fulfilling, just in order to send funds electronically to areas that may be struggling.

Any kind of war is a terrible thing, obviously, and I'm sure all our readers join with us in hoping this one ends quickly and with as little bloodshed as is possible. If technology stories like these can help to shorten the physical battles in any way then that is probably a good thing and a slight relief in an otherwise appalling moment in history.

David Tyler, Editor
Document Manager Magazine

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