Alaris S2080w

Interestingly, the new S2000 series scanners from Kodak Alaris are no longer branded with the Kodak name: the device we..

Kodak Alaris i3500

Kodak Alaris' i3000 colour duplex scanner range goes from the i3200 at around 50 pages per minute right up to..

ITESOFT BPMN+

W4 is a French software developer with 20 years of in-depth knowledge of BPM development, integration and user experience, and..

Canon imageFORMULA DR-M1060

Document capture is becoming increasingly part of the normal business function of non-specialist staff in all sorts of industries -..

Fujitsu fi-7030

PFU Fujitsu has been eagerly promoting its PaperStream software platform ever since its launch as a professional capture and image..

Kodak i5850S

The i5850S high volume scanner from Kodak Alaris is not, the company tells us, a version update to the i5850:..

Kodak i1190

Kodak Alaris' recently launched i1190 and i1190E scanners are aimed at the desktop workgroup sector and transactional capture requirements, and..

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Clinical precision

Paper correspondence being sent to GP practices could be putting patients' lives at risk, argues Ric Thompson, Managing Director, Docman..

Making GDPR work in your favour

Instead of looking at the negatives surrounding GDPR, view it as a positive way of transforming your business and opening..

Putting GDPR on the map

Andrew Lintell of network security specialist Tufin discusses how data mapping and policy-driven automation can not only help ensure compliance..

Combining content and process

In a recent blog post, analyst and systems architect Sandy Kemsley explored five of the primary use cases for combining..

By special request

Adam Oxbury of Midwich introduces a software-based solution to the issues around Subject Access Requests that will be introduced with..

Storing up trouble?

According to new research, one third of UK businesses could be putting themselves at risk due to mismanagement of vital..

The year ahead is ECM-shaped

Howard Frear of EASY SOFTWARE UK draws out the drivers for change that he thinks are coming together to spur..

Prints of thieves

SMEs continue to overlook printer security at their own risk, argues Carlo Longhi, director and general manager, indirect channels UK..

Dedicated scanner vs. MFP

Multifunction printers can be great for scanning but there are many situations where a dedicated scanner makes more sense, explains..

Time to get real with paper

Simplistic 'paper-free' approaches aren't working - enterprises need a complete paper lifecycle and retirement management strategy, argues Roy Russell, CEO..

Getting the message

John Engates, CTO of Rackspace warns that enterprises should not take email for granted..

Evidence overload?

SynApps' Mark Winstone says police forces are struggling with the mounting digital evidence backlog..

Transforming the finance landscape

Digital transformation efforts must extend to payments and invoicing in order to achieve greater insight and more efficient business processes,..

Time to take things up a notch

AIIM's John Mancini told the audience at Fujitsu's Information Capture Conference why traditional ECM sales strategies just don't work any..

ILM makes a comeback

EASY Software's Howard Frear believes that data archiving disciplines we seem to have forgotten are of huge relevance to our..

The good old days?

Jo Caudron, founding partner of Duval Union Consulting, a consulting company specialising in new media and digital transformation, delivered one..

Completing the picture

SharePoint needs purpose-built ECM to achieve full document management potential, argues Julian Cook, Director of UK Business, M-Files..

Occupational hazard?

Document Management can address employee fraud - and even stop you paying the same bill twice, says EASY Software's Howard..

Quality time

Quality Management looks set to be an ever more integral part of mainstream business activity with the latest revisions to..

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Cheque out Canon's new scanner range

Canon has added three new cheque scanners to its successful imageFORMULA range: the imageFORMULA CR-150, imageFORMULA CR-120 and imageFORMULA CR-120..

Getting with the program

Fujitsu subsidiary PFU launched a new partner program at the company's recent ICC (Information Capture Conference) in London, designed to..

Veni, Vidi, Vino with ABBYY OCR

Vivino, maker of the world's most downloaded mobile wine app, has successfully incorporated ABBYY's optical character recognition (OCR) technology into..

New Destiny unveiled for INKWRX

Destiny Wireless has launched its new brand identity and website to support its growth in the digital data capture market..

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Avision

Let AVISION take care of all your document scanning needs. ..

Alaris S2080w

Interestingly, the new S2000 series scanners from Kodak Alaris are no longer branded with the Kodak name: the device we..

Prints of thieves

SMEs continue to overlook printer security at their own risk, argues Carlo Longhi, director and general manager, indirect channels UK..

Supporting evidence

Fergus Wilson, CTO at Repstor, considers the case for using existing Microsoft office and email systems - particularly cloud-based Office..

GDPR: coming, ready or not

EASY SOFTWARE UK's Howard Frear discusses that big compliance change no-one wants to really address..

Law in disorder?

With technological advancements affecting both the private and public sector, says Daniel Johnson of Storetec, it is no surprise that..

Dedicated scanner vs. MFP

Multifunction printers can be great for scanning but there are many situations where a dedicated scanner makes more sense, explains..

Print management hits the mark

Staff at Milton Keynes University Hospital have the ability to access more devices than ever before thanks to a highly..

Back of the net

Specialist healthcare trust administrator Health Partners Europe is deploying Filestream's EDMS to manage the medical claims paperwork of professional sports..

Storing up trouble?

According to new research, one third of UK businesses could be putting themselves at risk due to mismanagement of vital..

It's good to share

A solution from harmon.ie is helping Waterford City and County Council to master information governance & compliance and ensure successful..

GDPR: what now?

Amy Wright of Storetec discusses the importance of GDPR, how the legal directive will affect your organisation's paper documents, and..

Wise council

A new digital archive has provided the foundation for the Assets team at Taunton Deane Borough Council to go entirely..

Consulting the experts

Document Manager magazine catches up with Cameron Smith, Commercial Director, MCS at ProcessFlows | Konica Minolta to discuss the company's..

Licensed to trade

With so many things to manage, software license compliance can easily be overlooked. Sarah Coombes, Managing Director, Compliance and Enforcement..

A more intelligent approach

DM Editor David Tyler speaks to Manfred Traeger, Vice President and Director of Sales, Service Industry at I.R.I.S. AG..

The year ahead is ECM-shaped

Howard Frear of EASY SOFTWARE UK draws out the drivers for change that he thinks are coming together to spur..

A night to remember

What better way to end a year than with a massive celebration, and the 2017 DM Awards was exactly that:..

2020 vision

Amy Wright of Storetec examines 'Paperless 2020' and the NHS's recently announced new roadmap for integrating digital services and healthcare..

Clinical precision

Paper correspondence being sent to GP practices could be putting patients' lives at risk, argues Ric Thompson, Managing Director, Docman..

AI comes down to earth

Dragana Pavlovic, senior vice president of the Global Development Group for Xerox Corporation, asks what has to change in order..

Digital, transformed

DM Magazine looks forward to this year's AIIM Forum UK, which takes place in June in London, and catches up..

Making GDPR work in your favour

Instead of looking at the negatives surrounding GDPR, view it as a positive way of transforming your business and opening..

By special request

Adam Oxbury of Midwich introduces a software-based solution to the issues around Subject Access Requests that will be introduced with..

The power of ten

Ten questions companies are still asking about GDPR, addressed by Jon Rushton, Director of commercial product, global business services, Bottomline..

Ahead in the cloud

With GDPR just around the corner, will your cloud services be compliant? Frank Krieger, VP of Governance, Risk & Compliance..

Subject matters

Have you incorporated handling SARs (Subject Access Requests) in your GDPR plans? SARs are mistakenly being viewed as a low..

From MPS to IoT

What can the Internet of Things (IoT) learn from the world of Managed Print Services? Bill DeStefanis, Nuance Communications' Director..

Putting GDPR on the map

Andrew Lintell of network security specialist Tufin discusses how data mapping and policy-driven automation can not only help ensure compliance..

Combining content and process

In a recent blog post, analyst and systems architect Sandy Kemsley explored five of the primary use cases for combining..

Shadow play

Frustration with document management solutions is driving employees towards 'shadow IT' solutions outside of the IT department's control, says new..

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Digital, transformed

DM Magazine looks forward to this year's AIIM Forum UK, which takes place in June in London, and catches up..

Clinical precision

Paper correspondence being sent to GP practices could be putting patients' lives at risk, argues Ric Thompson, Managing Director, Docman..

The power of ten

Ten questions companies are still asking about GDPR, addressed by Jon Rushton, Director of commercial product, global business services, Bottomline..

Making GDPR work in your favour

Instead of looking at the negatives surrounding GDPR, view it as a positive way of transforming your business and opening..

Ahead in the cloud

With GDPR just around the corner, will your cloud services be compliant? Frank Krieger, VP of Governance, Risk & Compliance..

Subject matters

Have you incorporated handling SARs (Subject Access Requests) in your GDPR plans? SARs are mistakenly being viewed as a low..

Putting GDPR on the map

Andrew Lintell of network security specialist Tufin discusses how data mapping and policy-driven automation can not only help ensure compliance..

Combining content and process

In a recent blog post, analyst and systems architect Sandy Kemsley explored five of the primary use cases for combining..

Shadow play

Frustration with document management solutions is driving employees towards 'shadow IT' solutions outside of the IT department's control, says new..

By special request

Adam Oxbury of Midwich introduces a software-based solution to the issues around Subject Access Requests that will be introduced with..

From MPS to IoT

What can the Internet of Things (IoT) learn from the world of Managed Print Services? Bill DeStefanis, Nuance Communications' Director..

2020 vision

Amy Wright of Storetec examines 'Paperless 2020' and the NHS's recently announced new roadmap for integrating digital services and healthcare..

AI comes down to earth

Dragana Pavlovic, senior vice president of the Global Development Group for Xerox Corporation, asks what has to change in order..

A night to remember

What better way to end a year than with a massive celebration, and the 2017 DM Awards was exactly that:..

Storing up trouble?

According to new research, one third of UK businesses could be putting themselves at risk due to mismanagement of vital..

The year ahead is ECM-shaped

Howard Frear of EASY SOFTWARE UK draws out the drivers for change that he thinks are coming together to spur..

A more intelligent approach

DM Editor David Tyler speaks to Manfred Traeger, Vice President and Director of Sales, Service Industry at I.R.I.S. AG..

Consulting the experts

Document Manager magazine catches up with Cameron Smith, Commercial Director, MCS at ProcessFlows | Konica Minolta to discuss the company's..

GDPR: what now?

Amy Wright of Storetec discusses the importance of GDPR, how the legal directive will affect your organisation's paper documents, and..

Prints of thieves

SMEs continue to overlook printer security at their own risk, argues Carlo Longhi, director and general manager, indirect channels UK..

Licensed to trade

With so many things to manage, software license compliance can easily be overlooked. Sarah Coombes, Managing Director, Compliance and Enforcement..

GDPR: coming, ready or not

EASY SOFTWARE UK's Howard Frear discusses that big compliance change no-one wants to really address..

Back of the net

Specialist healthcare trust administrator Health Partners Europe is deploying Filestream's EDMS to manage the medical claims paperwork of professional sports..

Supporting evidence

Fergus Wilson, CTO at Repstor, considers the case for using existing Microsoft office and email systems - particularly cloud-based Office..

It's good to share

A solution from harmon.ie is helping Waterford City and County Council to master information governance & compliance and ensure successful..

Alaris S2080w

Interestingly, the new S2000 series scanners from Kodak Alaris are no longer branded with the Kodak name: the device we..

Wise council

A new digital archive has provided the foundation for the Assets team at Taunton Deane Borough Council to go entirely..

Dedicated scanner vs. MFP

Multifunction printers can be great for scanning but there are many situations where a dedicated scanner makes more sense, explains..

Print management hits the mark

Staff at Milton Keynes University Hospital have the ability to access more devices than ever before thanks to a highly..

Law in disorder?

With technological advancements affecting both the private and public sector, says Daniel Johnson of Storetec, it is no surprise that..

Avision

Let AVISION take care of all your document scanning needs. ..

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