Posts Tagged ‘big data’

The New Mobile Reality

August 28, 2014
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As the industry moves mobile, consider your workflow options.

The New Mobile Reality – Forget About Apps; Get Moving on Workflows

The mobile world is in a period of transition. Most organizations know big changes are imminent, but industry leaders aren’t exactly sure which ones are best for their businesses. Our partner, AIIM, details what its Executive Leadership Council envisions for the future in its latest Trendscape report, and share how they’re meeting mobile challenges such as:

  • Implementing BYOD policies while maintaing security
  • Re-introducing employees to enterprise work management systems
  • Bridging the gap between employee behavior and company content
  • Re-examining and improving current processes involving big data and user experience

Learn more about transitioning into a more functional mobile world and optimizing your workflow in one of our latest whitepapers. Download the full version here: http://bit.ly/1nJzHYa

Document Management Industry Roundup: July 3, 2014

July 3, 2014

 

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Hybrid cloud solutions and big data were popular topics in the industry this week.

What’s new in the industry this week:

1. “Big data” is a hot topic in the industry, but what exactly does it mean? Learn more about big data and how it’s affecting the industry:  http://bit.ly/1jGseHP

2. The hybrid cloud is gaining popularity among IT departments. See why it just might be the right solution for your organization: http://tek.io/1mNMFT2

3. New users often avoid acclimating themselves to a new document management system. Learn the key to successfully implementing a new workflow system into your business: http://bit.ly/TRvlpH

4. The FileBound office was feeling extra-patriotic this week! We geared up for the Fourth of July weekend a little early and cheered on the U.S. soccer team in its World Cup match.

We cheered on the U.S. soccer team as they took on Belgium in the World Cup this week.

We cheered on the U.S. soccer team as they took on Belgium in the World Cup this week.

Don’t miss these upcoming events:

Our partner, AIIM, will be hosting its annual Round the Lake Dinner Cruise on Tuesday, August 12, from 6 p.m.-9:30 p.m. Both users and vendors are welcome to enjoy a leisurely ride around Lake Washington while socializing with partners, colleagues, and friends. We hope you can attend! http://bit.ly/AIIMcruise

Sign up for our FileBound Solution Architect Boot Camp and learn how you can use FileBound to build a complete business solution to your workflow needs. Contact your account manager to sign up for and learn more information about our  course:

  • Monday, July 7 – Thursday, July 10
  • 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. daily (lunch and refreshments provided)
  • FileBound by Upland, 1701 Cushman Dr., Lincoln, NE

Document Management Industry Roundup: May 30, 2014

May 30, 2014
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This week, FileBound announced two opportunities to learn about our latest solutions offerings.

What’s new in the industry this week:

1. With the recent outbreak of the Heartbleed bug, password protection is more important than ever. Here are four apps you can use to manage and keep track of your passwords and ensure maximum security: http://tek.io/1kRdgC1

2. If you’re searching for Father’s Day gifts, these tech gadgets could make perfect gifts for Dad this year: http://zd.net/1mRffqb

3. The growth of big data and cloud computing in businesses likely means growth for IT spending too. http://cnb.cx/1psdumj

4. If you’re new to FileBound or looking for a workflow solution, we can help streamline your processes and make your business more efficient. Visit our blog for a quick overview of what FileBound can do for you. http://bit.ly/1kpSbtR

Don’t miss these upcoming events:

If you’re interested in learning more about all of FileBound 7’s new features, we’re hosting a webinar and giving an in-depth overview of all the upgrades. Join us on either June 3 or June 12: 

Sign up for our FileBound Solution Architect Boot Camp and learn how you can use FileBound to build a complete business solution to your workflow needs. Contact your account manager to sign up for and learn more information about our  course:

  • Monday, July 7 – Thursday, July 10
  • 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. daily (lunch and refreshments provided)
  • FileBound by Upland, 1701 Cushman Dr., Lincoln, NE

Document Management Industry Roundup: November 15, 2013

November 15, 2013
Before you pack up for the day, brush up on any industry news you missed this week.

Before you pack up for the day, brush up on any industry news you missed this week.

This week’s important resources:

1. From Big Data has come hyerdata. It uses local data to compare with global trends to make inferences on patterns, such as the price of vegetables based on average rainfall. Find out more: http://nyti.ms/1aIxCUC

2. What is holding some banks back from implementing a BPM system? Despite the financial industry innovating more than ever, there are some obstacles preventing them from innovating to their full potential. http://bit.ly/HRKAsN

3. The manufacturing industry could benefit from increased efficiency and lowered barriers to innovation by going paperless. Click on the link below to find what other benefits come occur.  http://bit.ly/1dvhYzZ

In case you missed our latest blog:

How can you avoid obstacles when undergoing a new workflow implementation? It’s important for both sides to manage expectations and understand where the C level stands. Take a look at one of our white papers on the subject featured in our blog. http://bit.ly/1aTX2Vr

 

Document Management Industry Roundup: October 4, 2013

October 4, 2013
Take five to catch up on this week's industry news.

Take five to catch up on this week’s industry news on big data, going paperless, and innovation.

This week’s important resources:

1. Could “small data” be even more useful than the over-buzzed about “big data?” http://bit.ly/18m1Bnw

2. “Delta is projected to reduce the airline’s paper usage by 7.5 million sheets annually and save an estimated 900 trees each year.” Find out how by clicking on the link below. http://bit.ly/18PXEZ6

3. Innovation is an important part of business, and having employees practiced and continually learning about their field is a major way to foster innovation.   One in seven executives view employee education expenditures as a sunk cost. Which group is your company’s executives part of? http://bit.ly/19l8CYW

In case you missed our latest blog:

FileBound 6.6 was released! Learn about all of the upgrades and enhancements, including 78% faster OCR, and more mobile support. http://bit.ly/16e6Je1

Document Management Industry Roundup: August 16, 2013

August 16, 2013
Before you start to relax for the weekend, catch up on document management and tech news with our industry roundup.

Before you start to relax for the weekend, catch up on this week’s document management news with our industry roundup.

This week’s important resources:

1.  How should the Internet of Things work? In a perfectly efficient world, your devices will work for you, instead of the other way around. Find out about the upcoming “age of inference” in technology and how it will change how we use devices. http://bit.ly/16LBBBP

2.  How much can going paperless save an organization? This district irrigation board realized they could save $1,800 if their board meetings went paperless. http://bit.ly/14sbAmi

3. What does big data have to do with baseball? Brian Kingrey used big data to win an online baseball competition, despite having no experience. Find out what lessons this can teach your organization about business.  http://onforb.es/143IBoC

4.  How much of your daily work would you still be able to do without a computer? Take a look at how much they’ve changed offices: http://bbc.in/14fm5u8

In case you missed our latest blog:

“We selected FileBound because of its functionality and cost. We liked the fact that it was customizable for each department—the DA, the county board, social services—they could all use FileBound.” – Holly Tanner, County Clerk of Columbia County. Found of more about FileBound’s work with the Clerk’s Office of Columbia County in our latest blog post. http://bit.ly/1cO8137

Document Management Industry Roundup: August 9, 2013

August 9, 2013
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Find out what’s new in tech and document management in this week’s industry roundup.

This week’s important resources:

1. There are still organizations that aren’t paperless, despite the benefits such as time and costs savings, along with providing a better solution to disaster recovery and human error.  How can this be fixed? Better product solutions, and products that adapt with customer needs. http://bit.ly/16uNWKP

2. Not only does BYOD help businesses stay cost efficient, but it can also help students use technology to learn. Who will be next to adopt BYOD?  http://bit.ly/140eXRa

3. Many are predicting that big data will be a game changer when it comes to IT. Why? Cognitive computing can adapt and predict based on information. http://buswk.co/14yqGxF

4. IT departments are being torn. “On one side there is a need to run complex, global infrastructure that is compliant and secure, and on the other side there is a need to provide IT value quickly to users.”  Do startups have an advantage with their ability to quickly implement new technology? http://huff.to/15ROwkO

In case you missed our latest blog post:

FileBound helped the Colorado Judicial System implement Virtual Dockets, and easy way to streamline processes and increase productivity. Find out more in our blog. http://bit.ly/145xhZ6

Document Management Industry Roundup: July 19, 2013

July 19, 2013
Do you have a busy Friday? Our industry recap can give you all the important industry news you need as you jet from meeting to meeting.

Do you have a busy Friday? Our weekly recap will give you all the important industry news you need as you move from meeting to meeting.

This week’s important resources:

1. BYOD has benefited businesses by saving an average of $300 to $1,300 annually. Find out what other benefits and disadvantages it brings. http://bit.ly/11vKpfv

2. Big data can be very beneficial once it’s translated into usable information. Find out how it can be utilized for sales. http://ubm.io/14WlbFn

3. How near is the internet of things? Find out what it is and what needs to happen for it to become a reality. http://bit.ly/11WY0fY

4. The issues that arise with BYOD tend to affect SMBs more than larger companies due to their already overstretched IT departments. How does your organization address new IT issues? http://ubm.io/1cYCVBo

In case you missed our latest blog:

With an increase in Florida hurricanes, United’s filing cabinets were filling up quickly – something they realized was an unsustainable practice for growth. http://bit.ly/16JPEVl

Document Management Industry Roundup: April 19, 2013

April 19, 2013
Do you have a spare few minutes? Use them to catch up on this week's industry news.

Do you have a spare few minutes? Use them to catch up on this week’s industry news.

This week’s document management news:

 1. “Despite the hype, Big Data didn’t happen all at once…data just got bigger.” This affects more than you may expect. http://bit.ly/11aGik2
2. Cloud computing is no longer something reserved only to start-ups. Over half of American businesses have adopted the cloud. http://onforb.es/15cK8OJ
3. Does your BPM reflect your company culture? http://bit.ly/17Hk3Hf
4. Only 24% of businesses have a formal BYOD plan in place, even though the number realizing the need for one has doubled in the last year. http://zd.net/XRLMTV

In case you missed our latest blog:

It’s easier to just get everyone together in person.” Find out why this isn’t always the case.

Document Management Industry Industry Roundup: March 22, 2013

March 22, 2013
Catch up on this week's document management news.

Catch up on this week’s document management news.

This week’s important resources:

1. Do you know these 3 myths of big data? Find out what’s behind these misconceptions here.

2. How fast does information need to travel between servers at big data places like Facebook and Google? As fast as the speed of light.

3. Take a look at cloud computing from the CFO’s perspective, a viewpoint almost as important as that of the IT department.

4. Put your BPM through spring cleaning with these 4 tips from Gartner.

In case you missed our latest blog:

The American Society of Agronomy needed a solution to manage its 350,000+ documents, along with an efficient means to transfer them into the system. http://bit.ly/Y6IlZT