Product Focus: DRS PS1000

Milton Keynes-based DRS has been around for over 45 years now and in that time the company has forged an..

Product Review: Alaris S2080w

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

Review: Kodak Alaris i3500

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

Product Review: ITESOFT BPMN+

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

Product Review: Fujitsu fi-7030

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

Product Review: Kodak i5850S

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

Product Review: 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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The hidden menace of data silos

Data sharing is crucial, but it has become a problem in many organisations that are duplicating tasks at an ever-expanding..

Prescription for success

DM magazine takes a closer look at the NHS Business Services Authority as it announces it is extending the scanning..

Costing the earth?

John Stovold, UK Marketing Manager at ITESOFT, looks at the environmental costs of paper-based invoice processing..

The office re-imagined

Digital transformation and IoT are dominant themes in the workplace of the future, says Nick Parkes of Y Soft, but..

A valuable legacy

Legacy technologies needn't hinder your ability to fully exploit the digital economy, says Nuxeo's David Jones..

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..

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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..

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A valuable legacy

Legacy technologies needn't hinder your ability to fully exploit the digital economy, says Nuxeo's David Jones..

Experience counts

George Parapadakis, Alfresco's Director of Business Solutions Strategy, shares lessons learnt from over 25 years in Information Management..

Live long and prosper

Eva Weber, senior manager at ABBYY, describes how digital data can transform healthcare..

The Next big thing

Out-of-control paperwork was threatening to swamp the offices of UK retail giant Next, until a combination of harmon.ie and MS..

The right platform

George Parapadakis, Director of Business Solutions Strategy at Alfresco, examines the factors to consider before choosing a Content Services (CS)..

No shortcuts to GDPR compliance

Does your current document management software support GDPR compliance measures? Download this best practice whitepaper for key GDPR considerations around..

Best of both worlds

James Westoby, President, e-ImageData, explains how applying emerging technologies to microfilm solutions can deliver efficiency and cost benefits..

The evolution of the species

As was picked up in our recent review of the company's S2080w scanner, the document imaging business of Kodak Alaris..

The fine print

A managed print strategy can help organisations make tangible cost savings, states Chris Strammiello, VP, Global Alliances & Strategic Marketing,..

Bots Clever

Harvey Spencer, President HSA Inc., argues that Robotic Process Automation (RPA) needs to combine with Cognitive Capture 2.0 to create..

Product Focus: DRS PS1000

Milton Keynes-based DRS has been around for over 45 years now and in that time the company has forged an..

The power of three

Martin Birch, ibml's chief executive officer explains why security is the 'must sort' job for companies and their BPO service..

AI transforms AP thinking

Accounts Payable functions are an ideal application for emerging AI technologies, argues Neil Murphy, Global Vice President, ABBYY UK..

The way ahead

Alan Pelz-Sharpe, founder of Deep Analysis, discusses how organisations can move from ECM 1.0 to 2.0 ..

Not to be missed

Rich Tribe of Revolution Events offers some insights into this year's AIIM Forum UK, taking place in London in June..

Opportunities for growth

Scanning and capture can be an ideal product extension for channel partners given the continuing digitalisation of workplaces and the..

Cutting out paperwork

Imperial College Healthcare NHS trust has become the first acute trust to execute paperless communications with patients at scale, thanks..

Documentation costs: going down

A single scalable platform is helping elevator company thyssenkrupp to save US$1.5 million, by digitising and tracking every document across..

The office re-imagined

Digital transformation and IoT are dominant themes in the workplace of the future, says Nick Parkes of Y Soft, but..

Time to nominate

Nominations for this year's DM Awards are open right now: don't miss out on the chance to make your voice..

The new mail model

Amy Wright of Storetec explores how digital mailroom services can help to drive operational efficiency ..

Radio makes waves

New developments in RFID can significantly cut the cost of records management, but organisations need to take case in choosing..

Superstorage

The Sainsbury Archive is actively preserving digital assets relating to the company's operations thanks to a digitisation and cloud hosting..

Order in court

Paul Goodenough of ABBYY UK describes how emerging technologies are transforming the legal sector..

Ahead of schedule

Noble's Hospital on the Isle of Man has achieved its target - and then some - of removing paper records..

The hidden menace of data silos

Data sharing is crucial, but it has become a problem in many organisations that are duplicating tasks at an ever-expanding..

Prescription for success

DM magazine takes a closer look at the NHS Business Services Authority as it announces it is extending the scanning..

Costing the earth?

John Stovold, UK Marketing Manager at ITESOFT, looks at the environmental costs of paper-based invoice processing..

Here, there and everywhere

Matt Hill, Sales Director UK, Ireland & Nordics, Nuance Imaging, explains how print has migrated from being a necessary evil..

In it to win it

Storetec's Amy Wright is excited about the company's prospects in this year's DM Awards..

Preserving human rights

The world's largest grassroots human rights organisation, Amnesty International, is using Preservica's active digital preservation platform to create a global..

The clock is ticking

You only have until October 31st to cast your votes in this year's DM Awards - here are the finalists..

Flexible working

Tim Waterton, Director of UK Business at M-Files, comments on recent research from Ingram Micro Cloud and Microsoft, which revealed..

Comment

This issue of Document Manager includes a full list of all the finalists in this year's DM Awards..

Inside Fujitsu's SP Series

Fujitsu's Andrew Cowling explains why partners need look no further than the company's current SP Series scanner range for a..

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Order in court

Paul Goodenough of ABBYY UK describes how emerging technologies are transforming the legal sector..

Ahead of schedule

Noble's Hospital on the Isle of Man has achieved its target - and then some - of removing paper records..

The clock is ticking

You only have until October 31st to cast your votes in this year's DM Awards - here are the finalists..

Radio makes waves

New developments in RFID can significantly cut the cost of records management, but organisations need to take case in choosing..

Comment

This issue of Document Manager includes a full list of all the finalists in this year's DM Awards..

Inside Fujitsu's SP Series

Fujitsu's Andrew Cowling explains why partners need look no further than the company's current SP Series scanner range for a..

The hidden menace of data silos

Data sharing is crucial, but it has become a problem in many organisations that are duplicating tasks at an ever-expanding..

Prescription for success

DM magazine takes a closer look at the NHS Business Services Authority as it announces it is extending the scanning..

Costing the earth?

John Stovold, UK Marketing Manager at ITESOFT, looks at the environmental costs of paper-based invoice processing..

Flexible working

Tim Waterton, Director of UK Business at M-Files, comments on recent research from Ingram Micro Cloud and Microsoft, which revealed..

Here, there and everywhere

Matt Hill, Sales Director UK, Ireland & Nordics, Nuance Imaging, explains how print has migrated from being a necessary evil..

Preserving human rights

The world's largest grassroots human rights organisation, Amnesty International, is using Preservica's active digital preservation platform to create a global..

In it to win it

Storetec's Amy Wright is excited about the company's prospects in this year's DM Awards..

AI transforms AP thinking

Accounts Payable functions are an ideal application for emerging AI technologies, argues Neil Murphy, Global Vice President, ABBYY UK..

Experience counts

George Parapadakis, Alfresco's Director of Business Solutions Strategy, shares lessons learnt from over 25 years in Information Management..

Time to nominate

Nominations for this year's DM Awards are open right now: don't miss out on the chance to make your voice..

Best of both worlds

James Westoby, President, e-ImageData, explains how applying emerging technologies to microfilm solutions can deliver efficiency and cost benefits..

The power of three

Martin Birch, ibml's chief executive officer explains why security is the 'must sort' job for companies and their BPO service..

Documentation costs: going down

A single scalable platform is helping elevator company thyssenkrupp to save US$1.5 million, by digitising and tracking every document across..

Bots Clever

Harvey Spencer, President HSA Inc., argues that Robotic Process Automation (RPA) needs to combine with Cognitive Capture 2.0 to create..

The new mail model

Amy Wright of Storetec explores how digital mailroom services can help to drive operational efficiency ..

The office re-imagined

Digital transformation and IoT are dominant themes in the workplace of the future, says Nick Parkes of Y Soft, but..

Opportunities for growth

Scanning and capture can be an ideal product extension for channel partners given the continuing digitalisation of workplaces and the..

Live long and prosper

Eva Weber, senior manager at ABBYY, describes how digital data can transform healthcare..

Not to be missed

Rich Tribe of Revolution Events offers some insights into this year's AIIM Forum UK, taking place in London in June..

The way ahead

Alan Pelz-Sharpe, founder of Deep Analysis, discusses how organisations can move from ECM 1.0 to 2.0 ..

The right platform

George Parapadakis, Director of Business Solutions Strategy at Alfresco, examines the factors to consider before choosing a Content Services (CS)..

Product Focus: DRS PS1000

Milton Keynes-based DRS has been around for over 45 years now and in that time the company has forged an..

The Next big thing

Out-of-control paperwork was threatening to swamp the offices of UK retail giant Next, until a combination of harmon.ie and MS..

The evolution of the species

As was picked up in our recent review of the company's S2080w scanner, the document imaging business of Kodak Alaris..

The fine print

A managed print strategy can help organisations make tangible cost savings, states Chris Strammiello, VP, Global Alliances & Strategic Marketing,..

A valuable legacy

Legacy technologies needn't hinder your ability to fully exploit the digital economy, says Nuxeo's David Jones..

Superstorage

The Sainsbury Archive is actively preserving digital assets relating to the company's operations thanks to a digitisation and cloud hosting..

Cutting out paperwork

Imperial College Healthcare NHS trust has become the first acute trust to execute paperless communications with patients at scale, thanks..

No shortcuts to GDPR compliance

Does your current document management software support GDPR compliance measures? Download this best practice whitepaper for key GDPR considerations around..

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No shortcuts to GDPR compliance

Does your current document management software support GDPR compliance measures? Download this best practice whitepaper for key GDPR considerations around..

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