Document Control and Data Visibility

Document control supports many aspects of your business, but few have the impact of data visibility. Without a reliable document control system, you will inevitably lose precious data, suffer from invisible data, and struggle to keep up with developing technologies....
Document Management Software for Data Security Compliance

Document Management Software for Data Security Compliance

Document management software can help your business meet today’s data security compliance standards. This software also supports your business as you prepare for future compliance demands. Unlike security software, these programs restrict attacks and limit the risk of...
Enterprise Information Management and Human Resources

Enterprise Information Management and Human Resources

New Hire Paperwork The hiring process can be long and tedious. For instance, it takes time meeting with appropriate departments and gathering all of the paperwork to create an employee file. Unfortunately, all this running around makes it easy to lose track of things...
How Electronic Document Management Speeds the Onboarding Process

How Electronic Document Management Speeds the Onboarding Process

    Dealing with paperwork can be a huge time suck for a business. Worst of all, it often costs a lot of money in terms of both paper and ink. A good way to cut costs is investing in an Electronic Document Management system. One feature of EDM is that helps...
The Risks of Sharing Files with Third Parties

The Risks of Sharing Files with Third Parties

Data Leaks Sharing files using cloud storage always runs the risk of data leakages. Storage on cloud-based applications–especially free storage–runs the risk of being viewed or mishandled by the service provider. While services such as DropBox and Google...

Paperless Goals: Three Small Steps That Move You Closer to the Goal

Scan New Documents A manageable step toward your paperless goals is scanning incoming documents immediately. During the process of going paperless, there is always going to be some paper in use in the office. Making the decision to go paperless does not happen...