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Capture: The ideal application for Cloud

Benefits such as quicker application deployment, reduced IT costs and the ability to offer a more feature-rich experience to workers is not often debated...In other words, the capture application does not store images or metadata in a database

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Are Cloud Applications The New Information Silos?

Application X doesn’t talk to Application Y prior to consolidation. Afterwards they are owned by the same company and made compatible or Application Y is replaced by an offering by Application X. As there is a shift to the cloud with innovative applications like box.net, dropbox, etc. are we simply recreating these same information silos?

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CTIA Enterprise and Applications 2010 Conference โ€“ A Mobile Capture Opportunity

The who’s who of mobile service providers, device manufacturers and application developers came out West for the annual CTIA Enterprise and Applications Conference

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5 Questions about Migrating Documents into a Cloud Content Management Application

These questions are: How much data (files/documents) will be migrated to the cloud application?...However, the greater question is how will the files be migrated to the cloud application once it is ready to be used?

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Where is Cloud Computing Going?

The downside to a configurable solution is that the application parameters have been set by the vendor and you cannot “customize” the application yourself or add new attributes to an application

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How Companies Utilize IT Outsourcing and What We Can Learn From Them

The IT functions most frequently outsourced were, Application Development, Web and Mobile Development, Application Hosting, App Maintenance and Data Center Operations. Application Development is the leading category, with 46% of the respondents already outsourcing and 30% planning to increase offshore hiring. 36% of these companies are using consulting firms while 40% are hiring contractors to augment their staff. Another 39% are turning to outsourcing for help in Web and Mobile Development, specifically for front-end developers and those that specialize in Android and iOs Applications. 22% of these companies use service providers while 18% rely on consulting firms and 16% use cloud-based service providers. Of the 200 respondents, 28% have also used IT outsourcing firms for the hosting of applications that they use, seeking software developers and online staff to serve as consultants in the use of Salesforce and Eloqua. IT online and offshore staff are also being employed to provide assistance to for application maintenance. 19% of those surveyed have utilized consulting firms to acquire systems analysts, developers and admin for this

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A "cloudy" future for document capture

These are all examples of hosted applications. What is somewhat unique about hosted "cloud" applications, as opposed to traditionally hosted applications, is that at their core most cloud applications offer industry standard communication protocols to enable a wide range of open interoperability

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Capture Enables Faster Business Processes

For mobile applications, the mobile device and the cloud platform become mutually inclusive. The capture device used is dependent on the application. Applications such field service, home healthcare, onboarding, and depositing checks may be handled with smartphones and tablets while other applications such as scan to cloud, transportation, and mortgage processing are better served with portable document scanners due to the need to process multiple pages and the need for image clarity

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