By putting the right processes in place, organizations can support workplace collaboration with the new currency that moves business: content.
Federal agencies are required to manage all email records in electronic format by the end of 2016. According to self-assessment reports filed with the National Archives and Records Administration, most agencies are on track to meet the deadline. However, a few will miss the mark.
Integration provides a better alternative to legacy approaches for a smarter, more connected workforce.
When you have 50,000 accounts, developing a digital go to market strategy is quite something to wrap your head around. “The first lesson is everything takes longer than you think or hope,” says Sydney Sloan, CMO of business process management software maker Alfresco.
Alfresco Software partners will have access to an array of benefits, including deal registration and co-marketing funds, as well as training and business planning sessions with dedicated channel account managers.
As businesses finish another financial year one area that receives a lot of attention around this time is compliance. However, this is only one component of something much larger that businesses of all sizes should be giving attention to: information governance.
For years the National Archives and Records Administration has admonished agencies to “stop paperizing”—the practice of printing out emails and submitting the paper as federal records.
New technologies are facilitating profound changes in the way that people and companies work together. Pervasive mobility and cloud computing have affected our work habits and processes.
Ever feel like the harder you work, the less productive you become?
"I see technology as a game changer in the public sector," Adams said. "I've always wanted to disrupt entrenched markets. I pick jobs that look like the one I have now at companies that have the opportunity to change the way things are done."