Miss any essential document management industry news this week? We’ve got you covered! (December 26-30)

This is our last blog post of 2011! Take a look at what we've accomplished in the past year, and read how to make the most of 2012!

This week’s important resources:

1. Cloud computing certainly has its skeptics, but it’s mostly a lack of understanding – “Not understanding the cloud is holding them back,” said Connie Arentson, president of Heartland Technology Solutions. “The fact is they’ve got their infrastructure in-house with all their data on it. There’s a security in knowing where it’s at and having it there.” http://bit.ly/t5CPqe

2. A year in the cloud: See how far we’ve come. – “With hindsight, it seems self-evident that mobile and social would become core to enterprise software strategies, and yet a year ago, it was still a novelty to suggest either.” http://zd.net/swmVuc

3. Enterprise technology looks at changes in 2012 – “As for what many business and enterprise employees want, that might not necessarily align with IT department regulations. Yes, we’re talking about the bring-your-own-device-to-work trend, which is only going to become more pertinent in the next year.” http://zd.net/sK5efz

4. Tech gadgets to boost productivity while on-the-go – “But just because you’re on-the-go doesn’t mean you can’t stay connected to your business and keep up with the myriad of tasks on your plate. Luckily for road-warrior types, a number of gadgets and high-tech services are designed for helping business owners boost productivity while on the move.” http://bit.ly/t7zlms

Check out our latest blog post, too:

South Plains College securely stores 1.5 million admissions and financial aid documents with FileBound – “Documents in the archive files were also scanned via the Data Manager scan module, and indexed using barcode cover sheets developed for each file. This process allows multiple files to be simultaneously scanned, automatically indexed, and uploaded to the FileBound ECM system.” http://bit.ly/tf4Vou


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