Miss any essential document management industry news this week? We’ve got you covered! (October 1-5)

Election season is upon us, and digital technology is at the forefront. How are candidates reaching you?

This week’s news resources:

1. As the public becomes more familiar with cloud computing, increased usability is inevitable. “We believe that the market has reached a tipping point now where we are moving to more mainstream adoption of cloud infrastructure services because consumers believe the models are viable, and there are good examples of the early adopters being successful.” http://bit.ly/STX3tO

2. The University of Alabama provides incentives to fans, faculty, and students by promoting recycling on campus. “You wouldn’t think a paperclip would make a difference, but in a large capacity, it makes a big difference,” Butts said. http://bit.ly/RmTRKb

3. Presidential candidates embrace the use of digital technology to reach out to the public, establishing a connection and providing much-needed answers while election month approaches fast. http://bit.ly/PuYdwf

4. Is 20 million documents a year insurmountable? FileBound partner Kofax says no way! “Kofax Capture (KC) provides industry leading scan-to-archive capabilities by scanning documents and forms to create digital images, extracting index data for retrieval purposes and delivering the images and associated data to a variety of repositories and applications.”  http://yhoo.it/SADshJ

In case you missed our latest blog post:

FileBound White Paper: “Improved Control and Accuracy of Invoice Processing,” by Rex Lamb. http://bit.ly/ODLDz6


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