by Kevin Craine, Craine Communications Group

You don’t need a statistician to know that we are in the age of mobile computing, but here are a few statistics that tell the story: 58 percent of American adults use a smartphone, more than 40 percent own a tablet, and mobile computing grew by over 80 percent just last year alone. Indeed, there are more smartphones out there in the world than there are personal computers, and these numbers will only increase over the next few years. 

by Mike Fitzmaurice, Nintex

With rising business demand and an ever-increasing number of mobile services, content and data, enterprises today need a coordinated way to harness all of those elements and integrate them into their everyday business processes. But too often, integration is seen as a thing unto itself, a complex project rather than a constant process. For integration to work, it needs to be agile. It needs to be able to quickly pull content from all kinds of new places, and it needs to consider an important component that is classically missing from most approaches: the human factor.

by Patricia Ames

Workflow had a chance to sit down with Thomas Phelps IV, CIO and Chief Corporate Strategist of Laserfiche at their annual Empower event. We explored his obsessions, talked about ECM and industry trends, and discussed the importance of a windshield. Join me in the SpeakEasy.

by Russ Gould, Kofax

The rapidly changing and competitive business climate of every organization demands critical, real-time operational decisions that can significantly impact other facets of the company. Information agility is the backbone of business agility with data flowing in and out throughout different yet collaborating business units.

by Melissa Carlis, Canon Business Process Services

The discipline of records management has evolved to the point where it now encompasses information management and governance. This is not news for many records managers. However, growing awareness of this trend is empowering and strengthening the records management function, which increasingly is being viewed as vital to the success and safety of businesses as well as their customers and other stakeholders. 

by Robert Palmer

The office technology landscape is changing by leaps and bounds. Most of these changes have been fueled by revolutionary advancements in computing technology and network infrastructure. At the same time, we have seen monumental transformation occur within the structure and dynamics of the workforce itself. At no point in our history have these two issues been so closely linked. It is interesting to look at how workforce trends are impacting technology adoption and implementation across various sectors.

by Andy Jones, Xerox

Consumers today have more access to information and more choices than ever before, and in an industry where the customer is king, building customer satisfaction and brand loyalty begins during the first interaction.