07.19.2011--Getting Past The Pain Of Paper -- It's More Than Just Surviving The Occasional Paper Cut
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Getting Past The Pain Of Paper In The Public Sector By EMC Corporation
This guide focuses on the challenge that paper and capturing the information it contains still presents to public sector agencies. The ubiquity of paper in government increases the cost of providing services, locks agencies into slow and inefficient processes, and exposes them to greater legal and compliance risks.
Engineering Documentation - Business Opportunity Or Technical Challenge By Mark Goodwin, McLaren Software
Companies that operate and maintain large physical assets
like oil refineries, power stations, water distribution
infrastructure, factories, and airports, face a number of
challenges and opportunities relating to the management
and control of engineering documents. In this paper, we will discuss good working practices for assuring the integrity of asset documentation. What this
means is that, in addition to making asset documentation
readily available, you must also guarantee they are accurate,
relevant, and compliant.
If you're tackling the high-volume document scanning environment within your organization with a small army of traditional scanners, you may think you are winning the battle. The experience of one major Blue Cross Blue Shield organization may have you rethinking that argument in favor of an upgraded, high-speed scanning option.
Paper is a problem, but it doesn't have to stay that way. Although the idea of the paperless office is not a new one, the fact is that most businesses still do the bulk of their business on paper — despite the rising costs, inefficiencies, and multiple challenges involved.
Get the resources and tools you need to better govern your information at ARMA International's 56th Conference & Expo held October 17 - 19, 2011, at the Gaylord National just minutes outside of Washington, D.C.