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Multi-Channel Input Management

What is Input Management? Until recently, I thought that I knew the answer to this question but if I put the search term into Google, just about every “definition” ends up referring to scanners. Fair enough, I know that the term was first coined as a marketing tool about 10 years...

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Improving Document Processes and User Experience with Linearized PDFs

Unarguably, content is the lifeblood of any organization. Whether you’re in the Life Sciences, Financial Services, Government, Manufacturing, Legal, or any other industry, the content your organization creates and uses is what makes the wheels turn. This content can range from 140...

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Difficulties of content re-purposing

A little over a year ago, I wrote a (unexpectedly) popular blog article entitled " After Flash, why PDF must die " and in this post I'd like to reflect back a little on how things have evolved since, or how they have actually stagnated. As a technical person, I have to spend...

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How To: File and Document Conversion with Cloud Storage

You ask and you shall receive. Our fearless AIIM Community Leader, Bryant Duhon , recently shared the results of a survey conducted of you, the AIIM Community Blog readership; about what more we can do to enhance the usefulness of our blog posts. An overwhelming majority responded with ...

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PDF Week in Mississauga, Ontario

From May 21 through 25 the delegates assembled for PDF Week, this time in the context of a full ISO TC 171 meeting. The meetings were held a conference facility owned (and kindly donated for the purpose) by Microsoft . The various sessions covering a dozen different standards and initiatives...

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PDF - Not dead yet!

I read a blog post several weeks or so ago touting that PDF should die and die fairly soon. This blog post stirred a bit of angst amongst many PDF product developers and individuals who devote time to develop standards to in fact make PDF more open and a better file format. As I read the post...

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After Flash, why PDF must die !

Ok now that I have your attention, I'll quickly say that of course I believe that PDF is a great technology that has served its purpose for a long time, but I believe we should progressively stop using it in some use cases since the world has actually changed to slowly make it less relevant....

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Do you have a cloud project that is "shovel ready"?

Money spent on so called “shovel ready” projects implies that workers and projects are ready to go. In that spirit, it seems like most organizations have at least a few projects that are ready for the cloud. Here is a small selection of the some of best use cases that I’ve seen...

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Getting "Real" about forms in Real Estate

Every industry imaginable could benefit from the integration of a truly electronic capture strategy. By fully electronic, I mean electronic from acorn to oak tree, starting with eForms in the cloud and ending with fully usable data in your organization, not starting with paper to scanner to web...

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How to conduct a needs analysis for electronic forms

One of the best ways to analyze and refine your electronic forms projects is to conduct a brief needs analysis to determine what forms are targets for optimization and which can be eliminated or discarded. At their core, most paper forms represent business processes, for example, applications. ...

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