Featured ECM Content

  1. Dealing With Data Storage And Management In A Suboptimal Environment

    When you think about the mechanics involved in high-density storage systems, it becomes clear not every data storage system has the same level of reliability. We’re talking about incredibly small distances of less than the diameter of a human hair between the rotating disk and the heads that imprint data onto them. That doesn’t leave much room for error. And, when you consider that some storage solutions must operate in a less than ideal data center environment there are more factors to negotiate.

  2. Alaris Supports Ascentas’ Cloud-First Strategy

    Ascentas first company in Europe to leverage the power of Alaris Capture Pro Software in the cloud.

  3. Go Systems And Kodak Alaris Help New South Wales Council To Accelerate Digital Transformation

    Partnering with Kodak Alaris and Go Systems has enabled the council to become more agile to get best value out of its investment and re-engineer workflows to drive productivity.

  4. Tower Products, Inc. Gains Accounts Payable Efficiencies With Digital Invoice Processing

    A leader in specialty audio/video equipment, Tower Products, Inc. serves the technical side of the media industry with more than 60,000 unique solutions. The Tower Products catalog has achieved cult status among digital media professionals as the ultimate design tool for creating the electronic infrastructure required to produce the majority of primetime television shows, feature films, commercials and chart-topping music hits, as well as all other segments within the audio and video industry.

  5. Women’s Equality Day: Reflecting On What We’ve Accomplished And Where We’re Going

    In honor of National Women’s Equality Day, we spoke to several women in the tech industry to learn how they’re working to level the playing field and breaking the glass ceiling.

  6. Why All-In-One Is Fast Becoming The Standard In CRM

    The conversation around CRM (customer relationship management) is always shifting. Over the past several years, we’ve seen cycles of increased focus on enterprise CRM technology and strategy and periods where the conversation has largely centered on the ways in which small and midsized businesses (SMBs) can utilize these tools to compete with larger corporations. At times we’ve seen a lot of buzz around CRM technology in specific industries (real estate, insurance and financial services comes to mind) and yet there’s also been a push toward customization and adaptability, particularly in the SMB space, for the CRM to flex to fit the needs of the specific business—regardless of their vertical or geographic location.

  7. Addressing Preference Management With Channel Granularity

    One of the key issues today across all industries is how to provide the best possible customer experience. In a digital environment, this can include appealing graphics and intuitive website navigation, as well as, increasingly, interactive communications. A positive customer experience is built on communication capabilities that help identify customers’ needs and interests, and offer personalized service that meets the expectations of each individual.  Here, “communication” itself is broader than any specific content or message. It means reaching customers with the information they want at the right time and through their preferred delivery channel.

  8. Dajon Data Management Switches To Scanners From Alaris

    Kodak i4650 Scanners boost efficiency and provide platform for future growth of BPO provider.

  9. Making The Jump From Manual To Automated Processes

    Many businesses scan their organizations and wonder which processes among many are the most appealing candidates for automation. The answer may surprise you. While you might believe the big wins are in fixing inefficient processes, the most immediate gains actually come from applying robotic process automation and intelligent automation to prioritized, well-defined and well-executed processes.

  10. When It Comes To Disaster Recovery And Business Continuity, You Don’t Get A Number Of ‘Takes’ To Get It Right

    After a natural disaster, the primary focus is rightly on health, economy and the environment. Given recent events, it is clear that heightened attention on Disaster Recovery (DR) must be paid by those in the M&E industry. While the broader scale of DR planning includes facilities, power, cooling, communications and people, data backup for recovery remains key to business continuity. To ensure business data is safe and recoverable in the face of a natural disaster, it’s important to invest in the right strategy, protection architecture and data storage solution for the business. Here’s some actionable advice that organizations of all sizes across M&E can take to better protect themselves in the face of a natural disaster.