Enterprise Content Management Industry Roundup: Dec. 5, 2014

A hand holding a pen and forming a signature is shown next to an icon of a clock and the words signature slowdowns.

Research on the impacts of physical signatures made news in the industry this week.

 

What’s new in the industry this week:

1. Recent AIIM research found that capturing a physical signature adds an average of three days to a process. See more about the research and some factors to think about when considering digital signature processes.

2. Simply allowing employees to access enterprise information on their mobile device without formatting the information to a smaller screen is not good strategy, according to one expert. Read eight common misconceptions about enterprise mobility.

3. The Internet of Things is the third wave of major IT innovations, according to an economist and a CEO, and it could usher in an era of prosperity. Read how the Internet of Things could have more potential for business than technologies such as cloud computing.

4. Rogue employees or staff accidents caused the exposure of about 100,000 records according to a 2014 NetDiligence report. See what the monetary cost of cyber incidents is, from the viewpoint of insurers.

What’s new with FileBound:

This week, we were proud to announce that FileBound has been certified with Fujitsu’s PaperStream IP image enhancement technology.

Don’t miss these upcoming events:

Registration is now open for the second annual Upland User Conference! The FileBound team will be there in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, at Disney’s Beach and Yacht Club with the rest of the Upland Software family from April 27-April 30, 2015.

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