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The Critical Data Lessons We Learned During the COVID-19 Pandemic

The still-ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has been a challenge for us all, to be sure — but it's also brought with it its fair share of lessons that will continue to be relevant and valuable long after everything has calmed down again. This is particularly true in terms of what it has taught us about data — something that has been an essential part of the response for communities, governments and businesses everywhere.

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How to Create Consistent Processes, Even When Working Remotely

Out of all of the major changes to the way we do business that the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, remote work isn't necessarily one of them. According to a study conducted in 2019, about 99% of respondents said that they would gladly work remotely at least some of the time for the rest of their careers.

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The Warning Signs That Your Document Management May Need an Upgrade... or to Be Put Out to Pasture

One of the biggest reasons why most organizations embrace document management in the first place is because they're attempting to solve a number of crucial challenges, essentially all at the exact same time. If your organization is still living in a world of paper-based or even spreadsheet-based processes, simply finding the document you need when you need it can become an uphill battle.

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Why all Digital Transformation Leaders Have a Mobile-First Information Management Strategy

Even now, lots of businesses first design their website to work on laptops and desktops. Afterwards, they will also make sure those same sites function well enough on phones and tablets, almost like an afterthought. Surprisingly, that's what most people mean when they discuss responsive website design. In an era when even Google has advocated for mobile-first development, such a cart-before-the-horse approach doesn't signal digital transformation leadership.

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What is Optical Character Recognition (OCR)?

One of the biggest problems that most organizations deal with these days has less to do with the sheer volume of data they're working with on a daily basis and is more about just how much of it is unstructured. Unstructured data, as the term suggests, is that information that either doesn't have some type of pre-defined model, or that isn't organized in any pre-determined way.

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Here's How to Better Manage All of Your Organization's Unstructured Data

When it comes to your organization's data, it's critical for you to understand that you're talking about so much more than just a series of 1s and 0s sitting on a hard drive somewhere. Contained inside that data is the true story of what is going on with your business. It contains the insight you need to do better and more informed work on a daily basis. To always make the right decision as quickly as possible given the circumstances.

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Breaking Down the Differences Between a Digital Filing System and an Enterprise Content Management System

A digital filing system, as the name suggests, is a way to use technology to convert some of the more traditional filing systems you're dealing with — ranging from regular filing cabinets to those stacks of folders that litter your office — into a digital format. Not only does this make it easier to search for the information you need when you need it the most, but it also makes the process of storing those documents for the long-term effortless as well.