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3 Questions to Ask About Content Creation

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Content is a valuable corporate asset, driven by value, created by many authors, and generated from many sources. Yet content creation is often taken for granted by business organizations as something that just happens as part of the daily business routine. How you create content NOW will impact whether it can be processed by machines in the future.  Understand how organizations are creating content and what to consider in your own process.

6 Things You Need to Know About Emerging Markets and Information Management

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Digital disruption is creating enormous opportunities in emerging markets. User organizations need to understand how their offerings must be localized for these markets, and content management offerings must evolve to make this task easier. Find out how.

4 Tips to Prepare for the European General Data Protection Regulation

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Until recently, the protection and security of information on identifiable individuals had taken a relatively low profile. Most countries, regions and states have data protection legislation but they vary considerably in the level of protection decreed. Exposure of personal information or data breaches were relatively rare, and state surveillance of such information was generally covert and not acknowledged by governments. All of this has changed quite dramatically in the last few years.

Creating the Simple Enterprise

White Paper

Download this white paper to learn more about the simple enterprise, and how enterprise processes, business critical tasks, and the way we manipulate and utilize information are more effective and user-friendly when physical paper is replaced with a digital format.

3 Reasons Why Document Processing Should Matter to the C-Suite

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Here's the fundamental question for many organizations -- When it comes to streamlined document processing, why bother?  What business results can you expect if you go down this path?  Let's take a look at intelligent document recognition and streamlined document processing through the prism of the 3 things that keep C-level executives up at night: Cost, Compliance, and Customers

6 Tips on Asset Lifecycle Information Management

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One of the core issues for manufacturing companies -- or for that matter, any physical asset intensive industry -- is managing the technical information associated with the vast array of physical equipment that is needed to make the business run. It is here that the physical world (which drives the Internet of Things) truly connects with the digital world (information and content assets). Manufacturers refer to this as asset change management and the information management solution set associated with it is called Asset Lifecycle Information Management.

Healthcare Information Security: Prevention is the Cure


Download this article to discover how PDF technologies can be applied to Healthcare to prevent security breaches before they occur.

4 Steps to Improve Customer Experiences

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Digital Disruption. Digital Experiences. They are on the wish list for just about every C-level executive. But where do you start? How do you move from the hype to value? A good place to start is by leveraging the capabilities you likely already have -- scanning, capture, and the digital mailroom -- and extending them into the core processes that you use to run your business. Here are 4 steps to insure success:

The Impact of SharePoint - 2016

Download this infographic for a closer look at SharePoint challenges faced by your peers and recommendations to shore up your SharePoint deployment.

Enterprise Content Management: Current State and Future Trends

In this infographic, we examine where organizations are positioned in relation to what they have, and what they perceive they should have in regard to ECM technologies and activities.
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