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.
Following longstanding complaints from Detroit business owners, the city’s building department announced in early December that it had officially changed the permitting and inspection processes required to open an establishment in the Motor City, according to Crane’s Detroit Business.
As part of a Department of Defense-funded research project, the Nashville Fire Department and Vanderbilt University Medical Center will be working together to test a new sensor-based technology that provides those in hospital emergency departments with real-time health data for incoming patients en route via emergency services.
Many companies are increasingly turning to digital document management and automated workflows for their day-to-day operations.
Many law firms, regardless of size, are now discovering the value in digitizing documents for all kinds of legal case files.
In recent years, one of the ways in which care providers have tried to improve people’s health-related decisions is by giving them access to their own medical records.
When small businesses are trying to free up some floor space and simultaneously give their staff greater access to a wealth of information, they would be wise to turn to document management platforms.
In many parts of the country, school districts and individual schools have been around decades or even centuries, and require significant space to store all those years’ worth of student records and the like.
The personal information of online hotel booking customers at Best Western International, Inc. was compromised in October as the result of a cloud storage-related data breach.