There is a lesson in the words, “Da Vinci with a mop and bucket of mud may be a better painter than you, but he would never beat Da Vinci with quality tools." This lesson also correlates with document management best practices. Document management systems can do a lot for a company’s ability to get work done more efficiently, but only if you put forth the effort combined with the skills of the system will it be successful. Blaming your tools (or lack thereof a document management system) means that you simply choose your tools poorly.
Recently, the biggest cybersecurity attack ever reached hundreds of thousands of computers in over 150 countries all through emailing out malware.That attack is a perfect example of why email security is important, especially living in a digitally forward world. Email is the most common medium we use in everyday operations to send information. If emails are compromised or intercepted, you could be at risk for some serious repercussions.
A Multifunction Printer or MFP, is a device that consolidates the functionality of a printer, copier, scanner and/or fax into one machine. Multifunction Printers are a common choice for budget-minded businesses that want to consolidate assets, reduce costs, and improved workflow.
Old printers are like old cellphones. Slowly but surely they begin to eat up your budget with maintenance costs, supply costs, service costs and ultimately productivity costs. How do you know when it is time to just throw in the towel and trade those old printers in for a better and newer model? Consider these 4 things before upgrading.
With all the content and information out there, it’s hard not to constantly feel like you’re drowning and can’t come up for air. Having immediate access to operational data is not only expected, but required to run a business efficiently. With those high expectations, it is no secret why organizations turn to Enterprise Content Management (ECM) systems; because they can streamline the processing of documents along with their content, through advanced capabilities.