Digital workspaces are workspaces of the future – integral to the success of business in the long term, allowing teams to collaborate from anywhere. But they do come with challenges in ensuring they perform optimally within organizations’ ecosystems and satisfy the requirements of a connected world.

PDF files are underrated. They are commonly shared as forms or presentations, and often serve as the final destination in the creative process – after a document is typed, the last step is to convert it to a PDF for sending.  However, in some cases the finality of PDF files can frustrate recipients who may need to take the extra step of printing the document to sign and rescan, or manually retyping the content in a word processing program to create an editable version.

In early March, over 45,000 people descended on Las Vegas for HIMSS18, the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society’s annual conference. As expected, almost everyone had something to say about interoperability, automation, security and compliance, and AI and machine learning technologies dominated a lot of the five-day-long show’s discussion. 

For in-house legal teams, efficiency is everything.

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a popular topic among businesses around the globe. The law was originally introduced and adopted into place on April 27, 2016, and allotted a two-year post-adoption grace period for businesses to meet compliance regulations. The formal enforcement date for fining noncompliant organizations took effect May 25, 2018.

Sean Morris is the director of sales for Digitech Systems, a provider of ECM software. Digitech announced recently that they have certified their PaperVision Capture (advanced capture) and PaperFlow (desktop scanning) applications with the Epson WorkForce DS-770 and DS-575W wireless color document scanners, adding more reseller opportunities to the company’s existing partnership. I spoke with Sean and asked him to explain the relationship and the resulting benefits to resellers and customers.

Ever feel like you are not one of the cool kids and need a decoder ring or Google translator to understand all the terms we hear and read about in this digital age?  Well, you’re not alone. However, the terms DX, UX, and CX will continue to reshape our personal and professional lives, so it is important we understand what they mean and how they are related.

A lot has been written lately about the concept of digital transformation and its potential to significantly enhance workflow and streamline operational efficiency. I like to think of digital transformation as the result of actions taken to move an enterprise away from the manual way business is transacted, to new ways of working in the digital era. Since the bulk of information is created or born digitally, it makes sense that the processes associated with that data should be carried out digitally, keeping the information in its digital form throughout.

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) went into effect on May 25, harmonizing data protection laws across the European Union (EU) via a new set of rules intended to ensure that the personal data of citizens is protected and available upon their request. While some companies have been preparing ahead of the GDPR go-live date for some time now, many others are still scrambling to ensure they’re ready for the compliance requirements.

Good timing from Apple when it comes to Facebook’s data protection scandal and the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) that goes into effect this week – with the iOS 11.3 operating system update, companies can now fully separate their business and private contacts.