The digitization of the healthcare industry has had some awesome and amazingly positive results - there’s no denying that. At the same time, it’s also caused many health organizations to blunder headfirst into a sea of HIPAA violations, most of them related to electronic Protected Health Information (ePHI). One area that seems to be frequently overlooked involves the proper disposal of such data, and the devices on which it’s stored - let’s talk about that.
Converting paper documents into digital data has proven valuable for most every organization. In many cases, after digitizing your paper, you can discard the paper files, saving space, time and money spent on document storage and retrieval. It also makes it easier for your employees to find and access information that is stored on your databases.
Fall is just around the corner. The days are getting shorter, the nights are getting cooler, and mailrooms around the country are picking up the pace. They are dealing with a mound of quarterly financial statements, back-to-school documents, order forms, legal documents, and more - just like a pile of leaves. If you’re an overworked mailroom manager, you may feel like dumping all those envelopes into a pile, but there’s a better, more efficient way to deal with that mail: automated mail sortation solutions can improve not only the productivity in your mailroom but also enable new levels of tracking, and even digital mail delivery.
By 2025, millennials will make up about 75 percent of the global workforce according to The Deloitte Millennial Survey. This means that companies need to begin adopting technology that better supports this generation’s lifestyle and preferred work environment.
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Alfresco Software, a leading enterprise open source provider of process automation, content management, and information governance software, recently announced major product updates to their Digital Business Platform, including support for Amazon Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes (Amazon EKS) and Amazon Glacier.
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