Kodak Alaris announced a partnership with Google this week aimed at making it easier for workers to capture documents on the fly without device or location constraints.
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio tasked his administration with digitizing all the documents flung hither and yon around the state leading to the discovery of some interesting historical documents, some too old to be scanned because of the danger they'll fall apart during the scanning process.
The Food and Drug Administration said that out of the 66 largest chain restaurants in the U.S., only five have met compliance requirements so far and product information management vendor EnterWorks suggested it's because franchises just can't access the information in their fragmented content management systems.
In keeping with his six-year tradition, Dries Buytaert, co-founder and CTO of Acquia, penned a year-end retrospective that took a look back at what Acquia accomplished in 2015 and where the company is headed in the new year.
AIIM Director of Research and Development Jesse Wilkins has tips on what current CIPs can do to help shepherd the CIP program through its next evolution.
When the Owner‐Operator Independent Drivers Association, a trade association that represents commercial drivers and their interests, was looking for a way to manage assets related to its legal cases, the organization elected to deploy a DAM system to house and archive its files.
In what may be one of the most innovative ways to securely share content between public safety agencies, the City of Houston rolled out a collaboration solution that allows first responders to deliver important files and data via a local television station's broadcasting signal.
Business intelligence company ZOOM International announced this week the addition of ZOOM video and telepresence recording tool to its Workforce Optimization Solution for Cisco contact centers.
A recent study by clinical engagement platform vendor HealthMine revealed that despite an uptick in the deployment of electronic healthcare records systems in the medical field, patients are getting shorted by a lack of access to their own records.
Christmas came early for the AIIM community this year with news the Certified Information Professional program will live to see another day after all.
The Department of Defense and the Veterans Administration have been getting their hats handed to them by various governmental oversight committees for some time now over their collective lack of interoperability.
You don't want important information walking out the door locked in the brains of workers who leave the company.
Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard nixed plans to continue working with InterAct, a records management and dispatch software vendor, due to public safety risks associated with the company's "repeated failures to fulfill its responsibilities." Unfortunately, the city already sunk $10 million into the project and may have to sue to get it back.
AIIM quietly notified members Friday afternoon of a change to its Certified Information Professional program, and many CIPs aren't happy about it.
Collaborative work management software vendor Clarizen announced this week it's tied its existing Salesforce Integration platform into Gainsight's customer success tool to help organizations unify the teams responsible for customer experience management and gain a better understanding of what's working -- and what's not.
Microsoft's alignment with TechnologyOne represents the first Microsoft Graph integration with an ECM. It hooks into Outlook to allow workers to automatically categorize and save emails directly into the TechnologyOne environment in a single click.
E-signature company SIGNiX announced Thursday it's paired up with enterprise document management company Treeno to provide e-signature tools to Treeno customers. The partnership alleviates the need for users to print out documents and contracts simply to get a signature or find clumsy and potentially unsafe workarounds for digital signing.