Newsletter | September 12, 2017

09.12.17 -- Does Data Conversion Equate To Destroying Evidence?

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Improving Profitability With Intelligent Channels
Article | By A2iA Corporation

As financial institutions become more digital and adopt customer-centric business models, updating legacy systems and innovating channels remains a primary focus. Creating a seamless omni-channel environment for customers also means tackling evolving organizational infrastructure and being able to address incoming images regardless of their input method: branch, ATM, scanner, or mobile device.

Mail Center Automation Technology Improves Postal Processing, Electronic Records Management
Case Study | By OPEX Corporation

URSSAF has recently made an investment to improve the efficiency of their ever-vital postal processing and electronic records management system. This investment was in the form of OPEX mail center automation technology.

Does Data Conversion Equate To Destroying Evidence?
Guest Column | By Bill Tolson, Archive360

When faced with the need to archive data due to regulatory requirements, eDiscovery responsibilities, or business requirements, most organizations have historically sought solutions based on capabilities, cost, vendor reputation, security, and regulatory requirements. However, the majority of these archiving solutions actually converted the data so as to enable more efficient storage, indexing, and search. So what's the big deal? Maybe not a huge deal, unless of course you are ever involved in litigation.

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