Every year, companies face the inevitable prospect of adding additional terabytes of new storage resources to their numerous, overloaded, and expensive enterprise storage repositories to keep up with the constantly growing storage requirements. These storage repositories include application-specific repositories, on-premises email archives, department share drives, individual employee "home" drives, SAN/NAS devices, employee cloud accounts, SharePoint systems, to name just a few.

I don’t think many will disagree when I say that the last 12 months have been a challenge for everyone, both personally and professionally. Whether it be managing a new working from home environment, no face-to-face meetings or interaction, home schooling or ripping up and re-writing IT strategies, it’s been a huge learning curve.

A leading provider of innovative insurance products and services, DKG Insurance Brokers chose to adopt an automation-first mindset during 2020. Their goals? To create exceptional customer experiences and opportunities for their employees; and build a more competitive, future-ready business.

A new report by MIT Technology Review Insights explores how decision-makers from leading organizations excel by deploying advanced cloud-based technologies, including analytics and machine learning capabilities.

PDF/A has become an important digital document format as governments and regulatory agencies strive to ensure that the documents they create, accept, and retain will remain usable. The addition of the VeraPDF capabilities to Datalogics PDF Checker version 2.1 will allow users to check for PDF/A compliance and conformance levels while processing documents in their digital workflows.

Now more than ever people want (and need) to collaborate, and Microsoft Teams makes it very easy to collaborate securely. As a whole, Microsoft 365 has significantly more security options than other collaboration platforms on the market. However, with all the services offered, one can’t just look at the owners and members of Groups and Teams and know who has access.

Archives New Zealand has released a report on the results of its second annual survey, which monitors information management progress in the public sector. The report “highlights several areas for improvement across government information management (IM)”, notes Chief Archivist Stephen Clarke.

For all the incredible technological leaps and bounds we’ve made in the past few decades, we haven’t been able to bypass the need to transfer information from a document, image, or video to a software system. The task of data entry remains a thorn in the side of any organisation that solves business challenges with technology.

Digital Transformation is the ideology of the year for businesses reliant on document-intensive work. Countless organisations of all sizes and industries have shifted their processes to find solutions that provide fast, reliable, and secure ways to get data into their systems. Cloud capture has become a driving force for implementing digital strategies this year with good reason. Digitising data right at the point of entry into the document lifecycle makes perfect sense before sending it off to recipients and workflows.

We often meet organizations with ineffective governance policies, - this could be retention policies, information security policies, or information classification policies. The problems often evolve around one or more of the following areas.