Category Archives for "Education"

5 mistaken beliefs about information management in Higher Ed

Your university may or may not have a strategy for managing content, the unstructured information streaming in and out of all areas of your campus on a daily basis. It’s likely you at least have a partial strategy where one or more of your departments is capturing and storing some type of unstructured information for […]

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Getting Rid of Legacy Systems

I recently watched a segment on King 5 News around how some government agencies are using legacy systems for their day-to-day work. The article was highlighting the software program used at the Washington Department of Licensing to process vehicle registrations, however, there are a number of additional agencies that are using legacy programs and platforms […]

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Compliant Public Requests Start with Smart Records Retention

One message we consistently hear from government customers is how they need better solutions around records requests. With content growing at exponential rates, and huge implications around potential litigation, many organizations don’t feel that they have a good handle on it. The ability to comply with public records request laws in any jurisdiction starts with […]

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Imaging hardware: How to get the best bang for your buck

Why price is not the most important factor when purchasing imaging hardwareWhen shopping for new imaging hardware, many customers look at their budget and let that dictate their purchase. Now I understand that budget is an important factor, however over the last 9 years working with imaging customers, many have purchased equipment based mainly on […]

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