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"Hang Loose" and Ride the Wave of Change

The idea that I presented was that digital natives will be the catalyst for the reduction of paper use in business. I see digital natives accelerating the adoption of paperless processes from both sides of a business transaction; consumer/customer and business entity

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ECM - our classic publication

Free downoad of the PDF: http://bit.ly/ECM-trilingual #enterprise content management #Records-Management #ECM #EnterpriseContentManagement #WCM #Store #BPM #web content management #documentmanagement #BusinessProcessManagement #ElectronicRecordsManagement #Capture #enterprise2.0 #ECM2.0 #Collaboration #Web Content Management #Collaboration #DigitalBusiness #Deliver #Preserve #workflow #manage #business process management

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A different kind of capture

When I first looked at this, my reaction was one of why do this if I have tablets that can take signatures, but I then realized not all businesses are willing to invest at that level and as I spoke with Peter Nicholson of Anoto, I realized that this device combined with paper forms like those found in healthcare, makes sense

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Digital Disruption

AIIM President John Mancini publizierte seine Vorhersagen für Content und Information Management 2015 in einem knackigen E-Book: http://hubs.ly/y0tslf0 . Themen sind beispielsweise Collaboration, Cloud, Case Management und File Sync and Share. Seine Thesen werden auch im EIM Update 2015 Seminar...


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IT and the Millennials: Bridging the chasm

Much has been written about the Millennials / digital natives / MySpace / Facebook / latest social phenomenon generation entering the world of work and disrupting the traditional IT department. This is a generation that is accustomed to getting information in real-time: the Millennials have...

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Brooklyn Nets Are Occupying IT

We are often tentative to embrace the first in the business place and more then hesitant to accept the second. Recently, while talking to a friend of mine in the publishing industry, he was talking about the need for his business to adopt more mobile technology so that at conferences other vendors and consumers would see them as someone not afraid of technology, but at the cutting edge. The paperless office is where we are headed and this leveraging of mobile technology is a prime example of how we need to think of evolving our business process to not be stuck in the past

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