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Is your customers' personally identifiable information protected?

When businesses process customer data, they are responsible for keeping it secure under Australia’s Privacy Act. If the information relates to anyone from Europe, the general data protection regulation (GDPR) also applies. Both regulations demand that organisations appropriately manage the personally identifiable information (PII) they hold. In addition, the Australian government has stipulated that businesses must address the significant increase in data breaches over the past two years.

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M-Files Process Maps 2.0: Add-On for Visual Thinkers

Do you like to scribble in a fresh notebook? Do enjoy working on a whiteboard? Are you an avid note taker? To-do list writer? Then, you're most likely a visual thinker. And, you're who we had in mind when we created M-Files Process Maps 2.0. M-Files users already have the smarter way to work with the complexities of document challenges.

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4 Simple Strategies for Paperless Document Management

Are the corridors of your workspace plagued with manila folders, collated stacks of documents, and endless rows of filing cabinets containing who-knows-what? Mountains of paper aren’t just a sign that your office has a hoarding problem — they’re a signal that it’s time to embrace paperless solutions.

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7 Questions You Need to Answer to Effectively Use Microsoft Teams for Information Governance

As Microsoft’s marquis communication and collaboration tool, Teams is helping companies all over the world. It is worth spending some time understanding how to use Microsoft Teams effectively for information governance. The following tips will help push your organization in the right direction.

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Content Services Platform (CSP): All You Need to Know about the Term Gartner Introduced Last Year

Last year, the ubiquitous research firm Gartner rebranded their Enterprise Content Management (ECM) Magic Quadrant, now using a new term to describe this group of business solutions — Content Services Platforms (CSP). This rebranding represented a continuation of the idea that they first posited in their 2016 report Reinventing ECM: Introducing Content Services Platforms and Applications.

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M-Files' Head of Design Walks you Through our UX Refresh

At M-Files, we are actively investing in the user experience and want to keep continuously improving our products. This investment will lead us to launch several small and big updates during this year. We are also making changes to the way we focus on end-user needs, as we want to make M-Files a product that is not only highly functional and secure but also a pleasure to use.

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Is it time to implement a document management system?

According to a new Global IT Survey* conducted by M-Files, nearly 70 percent of today's professional services organizations are utilizing document/content management systems. Document management systems can help make documents easy to find, manage and use — boosting productivity and reducing frustrations.

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The Secrets to Seamless Connection and Collaboration

During a recent panel discussion hosted by The Economist, "Cloud, collaboration, and connectivity: How can seamless communication be delivered?", M-Files CEO Antti Nivala took on some of the toughest issues facing businesses in our time of digital transformation. For many, the new ways of working are freeing, but there are unanswered questions: How do businesses communicate seamlessly in a work-from-anywhere world? What does a good office environment look like in the cloud era?

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Why Collaboration Keeps Growing in the Remote Work World

For years, experts have been saying that telecommuting—otherwise known as working from home—would be the "wave of future." However, few predicted the wave would rapidly crash into the real world so quickly to become the "new normal." A recent study showed about 20% of people said they worked from home prior to the beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak. As of late 2021, 71% of workers were reportedly working from home.