Document management software is a PC programme engineered to store and to maintain a record of pretty much every sort of digital document or image that an individual has in their PC or external storage machine. This kind of software is all of the more significant now days since more documents are kept in a digital form instead of a normal filing cupboard. This kind of software is also highly useful in the home environment as well as offices.
Making the discovery of relevant content easier and more efficient is one of the potential business benefits of Enterprise 2.0 systems. It's good for the company if employees can more quickly find and consume the content they need. And social computing technologies present us with the opportunity to turn content consumption from a transaction into a community enhancing activity.
For my first article of 2011 I thought I would tackle the issue of Content Strategy from an Enterprise Content Management perspective. How do they fit together, especially in terms of your internal content strategy..
Avoid information management problems and learn from others’ data management mistakes with this look back at some of the biggest information management blunders of 2010. Some are humorous, some are frightening and at least one is just downright ridiculous. But, according to experts, they all could have been avoided with proper attention to data governance and data quality best practices.
Suppose an office works with thousands of hard copies of documents daily. These documents arrive various forms, including reports, handwritten notes, typed and handwritten letters and faxes, images, photocopies, and so forth. OCR can be extremely useful in terms of saving on storage space, as millions of documents can fit on a hard drive, and can be made searchable for quick access. OCR can be used for automatic data entry, potentially saving on thousands or millions of dollars of manual labor.
As businesses are looking for different ways of being successful, an efficient and profitable documentation management service is becoming increasingly popular. These services tend to provide several different means for the company to perk up long-term success.
There is a huge variety of services and solutions available in the market which can assist a business, irrespective of what its individual needs are. Here are the reasons why an individual should make use of documentation management services.
Working in teams with members spread out across various time zones around the world can be a challenge. Even when your team is located in the same building, sharing and collaborating on documents and content can be tricky if you aren't using the right tools.
Despite tremendous improvements in document capture technology and ease of use becoming more prevalent, the fact of the matter is that document capture is not totally automated and often involves human intervention. Therefore, careful considering the pro’s and con’s of your document capture strategy is imperative to ultimately create better operational efficiencies within your organization or, unfortunately, cause unnecessary burden within your business process.
Last Wednesday on TUAW TV Live, I discussed my success over the past year at moving towards the ultimate goal of a paperless office. I thought it would be a good idea for me to pass along some of the methods I've been using to accomplish this elusive goal, and also offer a deal to our readers for an e-book all about the subject.
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The end of 2010 is coming up fast, but before putting on party hats and stocking up on noisemakers, it’s time to look back at the hottest data management topics and trends of the year. Our esteemed panel of one judge scoured the SearchDataManagement.com archives and found seven stories from the past year that really stood out. Topics included Software-as-a-Service (SaaS)-based data integration, data warehouse appliances, the SAP-Sybase acquisition and more. Without further ado, here are the top seven data management stories of 2010.
One of the biggest hurdles in implementing an effective Content Management application is to establish a usable Metadata Model. Having a repository of data that users cannot search and access information from is no better than storing data on a simple file system. Let's look at some common models, in particular Dublin Core.. Topic: Enterprise CMS
While there's undoubtedly a lot of unique variations of document management and scanning which can be done, one of several major causes why it is done is for the need to boost the productiveness within your firm.