Mobile device usage is projected to top 6.2 billion worldwide by 2018 and the number of people accessing the internet via mobile has surpassed access on a desktop. It's a wake up call for companies everywhere: You can't afford to ignore mobile any longer.
Destroying the resumes of unhired job applicants could open up companies to a lawsuit, said Casey Sullivan, attorney and senior writer at Find Law. It's not just job seekers who can chase after an organization, though. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission won't be too happy about it either.
Egnyte's new Smart Reporting and Auditing service tackles the heavy lifting of pulling analytics from all sorts of stored content, allowing companies to identify trends and base future business decisions on facts rather than educated guesses.
Digital experience company Acquia rolled out Content Hub this week, a new cloud-based service that takes the headache out of aggregating content and makes distributing content easier both inside and outside the organization.
If giving your customers an excellent brand experience is a touchdown, turning them into brand advocates is the field goal. And Jive Software's newest release of Jive-x wants to help you score those extra points. The company's flagship community platform got a boost this week with the launch of a new brand advocacy component along with a few other updates.
A new bill that United States Senators Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) and Bill Cassidy (R-LA) introduced could go a long way toward helping healthcare providers get the best EHR system for their buck.
Records managers are a vital part of businesses, federal agencies, volunteer groups, and dozens of other organizations around the globe. But let's be honest, it's not the most glamorous-sounding job in the world.
Here's a feel-good story that comes with a strong lesson on the importance of coming up with a plan to protect your paper-based archives before you need it.
Adobe announced a slew of enhancements to its document and e-sign services today along with the formation of a partnership with Dropbox designed to make it easier to work with files on the fly. Here's the rundown.
A new white paper from risk consulting firm Protiviti outlined several reasons why it's a good idea to bring an assortment of compliance functions together under one umbrella instead of letting them languish across teams and work processes.
Content marketers who want to cater to the consumer desire for instant gratification (read: all of them) got a boost from Google this week with the announcement of its Accelerated Mobile Pages Project. It's an open-source project that aims to deliver leaner webpages specifically optimized for faster load times on mobile devices.
Enterprise data services vendor CTERA announced this week it now supports Amazon Web Services's new file storage option, Amazon Simple Storage Service Standard – Infrequent Access, otherwise known as Amazon S3 Standard-IA
Custom content management systems are gaining in popularity, though not everyone loves them. Most often used by publishing and media outlets, a bespoke CMS is useful for organizations that want to keep up with the rapidly changing ways their target markets consume information. Now educational institutions, training facilities and human resource departments are looking at whether custom learning management systems are a better option than the legacy or turnkey LMSs they currently use.
The next time someone suggests that moving state agencies to a new records management system is easy, point them to a project out of Portland, OR that was six years in the making. It combined the needs of 40 jurisdictions spanning two states and 150 IT staff from 43 different agencies.
With Hurricane Joaquin still on the minds of many on the east coast, Tyler Morris, Iron Mountain Government Services director of product management, had some timely tips about the importance of keeping your physical and digital records safe during a disaster.
The idea that Enterprise Content Management is on life support has been around a while. Critics of ECM solutions say they are little more than expensive content silos, that traditional use cases are outdated, or big data will drive its disruption. Not so fast, says OpenText exec Stephen Ludlow. ECM is "not doomed to fail."
Lamar Alexander, chairman of the committee overseeing the federal electronic health record program, is asking the Office of Management and Budget to delay its final review of the Stage 3 regulations until early 2017.