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Tablet PCs: The next big thing for OCR

” I myself am an iPad owner, and I enjoy the Apple experience, but the recent releases, and promise of new, category defining devices makes it exciting to see what is next for tablet PCs

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Dreaming of a Revolutionary Tomorrow

As engineers experience the benefits on their personal devices they are simultaneously realizing that capture can offer much more in an enterprise application

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Digital Signatures at the Edge

In other words, what is the best way to digitally sign documents from mobile devices, tablets, and web browsers? The original technical idea for digital signatures envisioned each signer having their own personal hardware device, a “Smart Card,” that would contain the signer’s private key

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2012: Social Business Trends Converge

Let’s face it, the vast majority of healthcare professionals are not tethered to their desktops, they are on the move throughout the day and rely on a myriad of mobile devices to access critical information on the go. As social tools make it easier for clinicians to tap into the collective knowledge of their peers, they are increasingly turning to social apps on their iPhones, iPads and Android devices to access best practices and trusted advice from colleagues and co-workers

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Client Server vs. Hosted Electronic Document Management System

Opposing the Client Server Model, a Hosted Model is an off-site document management system that operates online and works through any device connected to the Internet

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SharePoint, Workflow, and Digital Signatures in 3 Pictures

The most important characteristics of digital signatures are the following: They are based on open, standards-based technology They are integrated with standard directory systems (AD, others) They have productized integration with desktop applications (like MS Office), ECM systems, workflow and BPM tools, mobile devices, and other applications They can address both document-centric and data-centric signature applications I’ve obviously just scratched the surface here

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