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Articles by Lisa Hoover McGreevy
Finding new ways to create an excellent customer experience keeps marketers up at night. Scott McMillan, General Manager for Business Consulting for multi-channel marketing firm Salmat says part of what's holding them back is the technology that drives customer engagement.
Enterprise cloud storage service Box continues its push into the government sector by hiring someone who knows a thing or two about the federal landscape. Sonny Hashmi, the former CIO for the U.S. General Services Administration, is taking up a post as Box's managing director for government.
The electronic health care incentive program may see changes following a set of regulations proposed last week by the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT.
Migrating data to the cloud is no picnic, so anything that makes the process a little easier is always welcome relief.
The Allegheny County Police Department is the third largest local department in Pennsylvania, yet its entire records management system is paper-based. They've been trying to migrate to an electronic reporting system for more than two years but when they eventually do, they'll still have to search old documents by hand.
Nitro CEO Sam Chandler says the technology behind document management software is finally at a point where PDFs can take a back seat to other collaboration tools.
Facebook wants to get into the news business, but not directly.
Physicians anxious (or at least willing) to bring electronic health records into their practice got a rude awakening recently when they discovered EHR vendors are locking down the patient information contained within the records.
Despite a recent survey suggesting that SharePoint may be falling out of favor in the workplace, many businesses still use it--and love it. It's grown and changed during its 14-year life span, but it still has plenty to offer as an enterprise platform.
Adobe announced this week the upcoming launch of a new subscription service called Document Cloud. It's built around its new desktop, mobile and web version of Acrobat that includes e-signing and document management tools