For years now, colleges across the U.S. have been making use of document scanning and management platforms to build out their archives and increase operational efficiency on an ongoing basis.
Many companies – of all sizes – today are operating very differently from how they normally do, and apart from normal business processes, that can have a major impact on human resources professionals.
Law offices, like so many other businesses across the country, currently sit closed due to restrictions on non-essential workers going to their place of employment.
The coronavirus pandemic has turned numerous industries on their ears, and that’s certainly true of health care.
The coronavirus outbreak brought with it a lot of challenges for businesses of all sizes.
Whether it’s an elementary school with fewer than 100 students or a huge district serving tens of thousands, the time is now for educational institutions to start implementing document management strategies at every level.
More than almost every other department, your company’s HR department likely handles a ton of sensitive information on a daily basis.
A relatively new technology first popularized through its use in cryptocurrency transactions is now being adopted by organizations in more traditional industries for document management.
In December, Deutsche Bank announced that it would soon launch a new global legal digital document management system using cloud-based technology.
The Department of Veterans Affairs has set a deadline in mid-March 2020 by which it plans to begin the roll out of its new electronic health records system starting at the Mann-Grandstaff VA Medical Center in Spokane, Washington.