AIIM's John Mancini announced this morning his decision to move away from his current position as president to take over a new role within the organization, focusing on developing advisory offerings that help companies understand the relationship between information management and marketing strategies.
OCR and document capture software vendor ABBYY made news today with the release of two products that give organizations an innovative way to access and use unstructured information buried inside content and document management systems.
The U.K. government is giving 4.2 billion pounds in government funds to the National Health Service to help create a paperless system by 2020.
One of the toughest challenges facing enterprise tech vendors is nudging potential customers away from the legacy systems they've been entrenched in for years. Companies are understandably reluctant to move away from systems in which they've invested a significant amount of time and money to start all over again.
Software vendor Incisive released Concourse this week, a new management and collaboration API designed to improve efficiency and reduce the risk of working with spreadsheets.
Alfresco Tuesday announced concurrent updates to Alfresco One and Alfresco Activi that integrate ECM and BPM, effectively firing a shot across the bow at competitors still struggling with how to bring the two technologies together for customers.
Jive Software amped up its internal and external community engagement platforms this week with the release of new updates to Jive-n and Jive-x. The former introduced a slew of new features to improve collaboration and communication between employees, while the latter added tools to enhance the customer experience.
Virginia-based startup Notarize announced the launch today of its new online notary service of the same name to provide 24-hour notary services across all 50 states. It almost makes you wonder why someone didn't think of this sooner.
A new study conducted by ALM Media and underwritten by document capture software vendor Omtool reveals the complicated relationship law firms have with digitized records.
By the time Los Angeles City Councilmember Tom LaBonge left office last June, he had amassed over 100 boxes of documents and files during his 14-year term. Where are they now?
Enterprise software vendor Extensis launched a new online tool today that helps companies calculate the ROI of digital asset management systems so you can use cold, hard facts to plead your case with the boss.
Information intelligence firm Recommind added integration with Microsoft Office 365 to its subscription-based e-discovery platform that launched last week. Customers can now import Office data directly from Azure into Axcelerate Cloud for secure and scalable discovery management.
Inkling for Enterprise assembles PDFs, PowerPoint decks and docs into a central repository of interactive documents that users can access from anywhere and distribute to any device.
Hot on the heels of last week's Dropbox app for Windows 10 launch, Dropbox is back with the release of new collaboration features that once again ratchet up its integration with Microsoft Office.
A new report written by Digital Clarity Group and sponsored by DotCMS gave new meaning to trying to do your job with one hand tied behind your back.
Does it make sense to truly become an entirely paperless office? It does have obvious advantages, such as the potential for reducing costs from both a monetary and human capital perspective. However, unilaterally going paperless can also alienate some customers, and legislative authorities may not even allow it.
Enterprise security and data protection firm Code 42 released the latest version of its backup and restore product, CrashPlan 5.1, on Tuesday. It includes new features that help IT get a handle on end-user data activity to shore up any weak spots.
Google rolled out an update to Google Apps this week that gives admins greater control over file-sharing in Google Drive. It's called Access Checker and it offers an additional layer of protection to keep employees from sharing sensitive documents without explicit permission.