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Spotlight: Government-records compliance deadline quickly approaching for federal agencies

The deadline for the Presidential Directive on Managing Government Records is approaching.

Top Image Systems offers to buy back competitor licenses

ECM vendor Top Image Systems put an interesting spin on its marketing tactics with a buyback program designed to let companies switch to their product with a minimum outlay of cash. TIS will buy back its competitor's software and replace it with its own technology at no additional licensing cost to participating businesses. Companies are, however, required to purchase a "three-year commitment of existing maintenance and support."

IT pros, execs don't see eye-to-eye on document workflow tech

If you're trying to convince the boss of the importance of integrating digital, cloud and mobile strategies, you may want to listen up. According to a small but interesting survey conducted by Canon U.S.A, IT decision-makers and their executive counterparts have pretty divergent opinions when it comes to document workflow technology.  

The state of learning management systems

Now that school is out for the summer in the U.S, you'd think this would be the perfect time for learning content management system, or LMS, vendors to make all kinds of announcements. Admittedly, they're few and far between, but there are some interesting nuggets if you dig around.

Healthcare content systems 'clearly not working,' says expert

Every industry brings a unique set of challenges for a CMS to contend with but few are as important to get right the first time as the deployment of a content management system in the field of healthcare. In that light, it's a bit frightening to note that only 45 percent of respondents in a recent survey of the healthcare and life sciences industries say they have a content strategy in place.

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