The National Archives of Australia is reporting that the records and information management of its Commonwealth agencies will be 95 percent digital by 2015. That's an impressive figure, especially when you contrast it with the U.S. government that's still more or less in the planning stages of a digital strategy.
Document productivity and collaboration vendor Nitro lets users lock down documents with greater ease thanks to a new integration with Microsoft Rights Management service. Nitro Pro now includes SharePoint compatibility, RMS ecosystem support, PDF file encryption and enables sharing of all file types across all devices.
We talk a lot around here about the intricacies of document management. What's the best process? Where is the technology headed? Why does it matter so much?
If ever there's a place you want to see an impeccable records management system in use, it's the aviation industry. Boeing announced this week it is acquiring Netherlands-based AerData Group for an undisclosed sum. AerData provides integrated software for managing airplane leasing, maintenance and other fleet records.
Taking cues from user feedback, Canon released a new version of its information management system, Therefore, that includes a new case management feature and updates to several existing features.
Show of hands, who actually enjoys the process of migrating to the cloud? At best, it's a long and tedious undertaking. At worst, it's a nerve wracking affair full of peril and pitfalls. If you're about to tackle a move to Microsoft Office 360, SkyKick's new Enterprise Migration Suite may make the job a little easier.
Google is giving its new education product, Classroom, a test drive, and teachers and professors can apply for a preview. Classroom brings easy document management tools to teachers and students alike, as well as the expected set of communication and messaging tools.
No matter how much companies rely on digital technology, paperwork is still a fact of life. Everything from human resources to accounting, OSHA and HIPPA requirements, or Sarbanes-Oxley compliance; they all generate paper trails.
According to a new study, hospital administrators consider "meeting regulatory requirements" for electronic records management their top priority. Unfortunately, it comes at the expense of nearly every other initiative they would like to undertake.
When the Tompkins County, NY clerk's office found itself confronted with how to manage almost 200 years worth of court and land transaction paperwork, its initial plan was to barcode over 9,000 boxes of documents and build or remodel a storage facility to house them. In the end, the clerk's office chose to invest about $500,000 in a Laserfiche document processing system, realizing it could save nearly $5.5 million on document management in the long run.