The National Archives and Records Administration says around 90 percent of federal agencies are on target to meet the 2016 deadline laid out in President Obama's Managing Government Records Directive.
Joomla today announced the availability of Joomla 3.5. It sports 34 new features designed to improve the use experience for administrators and developers alike.
The U.S. National Arviches is asking for input from records management professionals as it puts together its Open Government Plan for 2016-2018.
Sights allows users to better visualize how work gets done inside the Smartsheet environment for improved real-time decision-making and planning.
Jive Software released a batch of updates to some of its existing products this week and also launched a new turn-key employee engagement solution focused on corporate communications.
David Lavenda makes a compelling case for why email in the workplace isn't going anywhere for the foreseeable future.
At its heart, Viewpoint helps companies collect, sort and preserve eDiscovery data.
Organizations today are under pressure to archive social media content as stringently as any other data that flows in and out of the company. In fact, for government agencies and highly regulated sectors it's not simply an e-discovery and compliance suggestion – it's the law.
Xerox launched an interesting product today that helps companies translate scanned or photographed documents in over 40 languages on the fly.
As healthcare providers push forward on implementing EHR systems, ER nurse and president of Citizens' Council for Health Freedom Twila Brase called for doctors to return to paper-based records.
Organizations looking for something new to worry about need look no farther than their own creative projects. According to DAM vendor Extensis, misused fonts are the next "compliance landmine."
New York City district attorneys say the NYC court system's abysmal records management methods make it difficult to do their jobs properly.
HP added a batch of new printer models to its product line this week. They cover a range of business printing needs, from standard-issue ink and laserjets to high-end multifunction printers specifically designed to accommodate large production or graphics-heavy print jobs.
Document imaging firm Fujitsu today announced it's newest scanning software, PaperStream Server. The document processing platform connects to existing ECM or line-of-business systems for improved document management workflows.
FinalCode for Box is a neat pairing that plays on the strengths of both companies and delivers a way to keep documents secure once they leave the Box environment.
ECM vendor Hyland tossed its hat into the EFSS ring this week with the release of ShareBase, a cloud-based file sync and share app for enterprise.
If your customer experience management strategy involves a queueing system for customer support, you may want to reconsider.
Egnyte today rolled out a new enterprise-level, end-to-end encryption tool that lets customers store encryption keys on-premises or on Egnyte, Microsoft Azure or Amazon AWS cloud platforms.
Digital signature vendor SIGNiX announced this week integration with Wacom Signature Pads for collecting secure electronic signatures. The new pairing allows companies to collect signatures remotely or in-person with an option that mimics pen-on-paper experience.
Hilo Medical Center in Hawaii was an entirely paper-based healthcare facility before rolling out its new EHR program.