5 Ways the Paperless Office Boosts Productivity

By |2021-04-19T06:27:35-04:00March 17th, 2021|Information Governance and Management, Technology|

For decades, organizations have chased the holy grail of a paperless office. Proponents of the idea promised reduced environmental impact and greater productivity. And yet, for a time, corporate paper consumption actually increased. However, advances in information technology in recent years have delivered on the productivity promises of a paperless office. Examples of paper-saving technologies that also improve productivity include cloud-based document storage systems, increasingly powerful mobile devices, feature-rich scanners, eSignature services and more. Implementing these technologies can improve workflows, decrease inefficiencies, and increase employee satisfaction. Consider several ways that wise use of information technology can save time while saving

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Automating Data Governance to Stay Ahead of Exploding Data Volume

By |2021-01-18T01:27:45-05:00December 30th, 2020|Data Compliance, Information Governance and Management, Technology|

Organizations generate huge amounts of data every day. Properly governed, that data can drive business strategy and decision-making. However, while essential, data governance can also prove complicated and time-consuming. Automating data governance can save time and money, simplify regulatory compliance, and improve decision making. Automated tools such as artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning and robotic process automation (RPA) take care of redundant tasks. In addition, through identifying patterns, these technologies can strengthen data security and improve accuracy. And with automated data lineage and classification, organizations gain quicker access to trustworthy data. Augment Cyber Security with Machine Learning AI has become

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Managing Data at the Edge

By |2020-11-19T03:51:10-05:00October 28th, 2020|Information Governance and Management, Technology|

Smart technology powers our lives, from wearable tech to traffic control and smart factories. Data analytics promise safer travel, more efficient energy consumption and increased productivity. At the same time, the explosion of data has created new challenges. Increasingly, experts look to the benefits of managing data at the edge to address those challenges. Simply put, edge computing refers to processing data closer to where the data is created or consumed. For example, sensitive factory machinery generates vast amounts of data. Processing that data at the source saves bandwidth. Additionally, access to real-time analysis means that the machinery can adjust

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Municipal Data Governance Leads to a Brighter Future

By |2020-12-22T04:49:25-05:00October 7th, 2020|Information Governance and Management, Technology|

When it comes to innovation, government usually lags the private sector. So, when looking at data governance trends, I was surprised to find one expert who predicted that municipal data governance will show the rest of us how to improve service delivery. Indeed, the adoption of modern data governance by municipalities paves the way for a host of data-driven technologies and services. Executed properly, they have the potential to reduce risks, lower costs and improve the quality of life in U.S. cities. And with the proper motivation, it’s fair to say that local government agencies have an opportunity to lead

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Law Firm eDiscovery Technology Adoption Accelerates

By |2020-10-06T05:39:02-04:00September 2nd, 2020|eDiscovery, Technology|

Despite a perception that attorneys remain slow to adopt technology, law firms increasingly embrace eDiscovery solutions. Overcoming, their fear of change and confusion amid numerous options, they are moving forward with eDiscovery technology at an accelerated pace, partly propelled by the current crisis. Indeed, what seemed like a huge task (switching to remote tech) was shown to be both doable and beneficial when we had no other options. The lockdowns and forced changes in working practices showed us that the process of eDiscovery technology adoption could be accelerated. Prior to the pandemic, the global eDiscovery market was expected to grow

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How 5G technology will change the game for medical practitioners

By |2020-10-06T06:32:10-04:00August 9th, 2020|Technology|

How the technology will have a profound impact on healthcare delivery. For doctors and other medical practitioners, 5G technology can help them not only perform their jobs more effectively, but also do things they couldn’t have accomplished before. That’s primarily thanks to two factors. First is 5G’s greater bandwidth, which will let them download files anywhere from 10 to 100 times faster than before. Second is its low latency, or how long it takes from the time a user requests an action to the network’s response.  The impact should be especially pronounced in several areas: remote healthcare, communication within hospitals,

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How to Achieve the New Normal Office Productivity During COVID-19

By |2020-08-31T12:13:02-04:00June 17th, 2020|Office 365 and Migration, Technology|

With phased business re-openings and ongoing COVID-19 social distancing, business leaders must find ways to improve financial performance to cover losses. Thus, a new normal office productivity is taking shape. Simple and effective productivity improvements implemented now aim to make a difference. In a previous post, eMazzanti Technologies (our parent company) identified several changes business leaders could adopt to increase productivity when workers return. Implementing those changes now will help you get a jump on improving performance. So, ponder these quick and affordable productivity enhancers with a couple of bold ideas thrown in: Wireless Headsets A headset frees up your

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3 new cloud based business applications

By |2020-06-15T10:29:04-04:00May 11th, 2020|Technology|

cloud based business applications In this post we will be discussing about 3 new cloud based business applications The cloud.cloud-based Yes, we get it. After years of hearing “cloud, cloud, cloud” from our IT consultants and tech geeks it’s sinking in. We see that cloud-based applications perform well. They’re secure. They’re easy to access. They can be updated faster and supported better by the software developers that make them. The cloud is for real and we’re just getting started. Tomorrow’s cloud-based resources – from Microsoft Office 365 to SQL Server – will connect inanimate objects together, automatically perform tasks and

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Advancements in Data Encryption Up the Data Defense Game

By |2020-06-12T10:44:38-04:00March 5th, 2020|Cyber-Security, Data Compliance, Technology|

From credit card transactions to online loan applications and sensitive emails, billions of pieces of valuable information cross the internet every hour. Keeping that data safe from unauthorized access requires increasingly sophisticated tools. As the challenges to data security grow more intense, advancements in data encryption rise to meet them. In the movies, messengers transmitted important documents in a briefcase, handcuffed to the messenger’s wrist and accessible only via a key. The messenger made certain that no one tampered with the document during transit and that only the intended recipient opened the briefcase to retrieve and read its contents. Encryption

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Ease the Pain of Public Records Requests with eDiscovery Best Practices

By |2020-06-01T09:20:44-04:00December 5th, 2019|eDiscovery, Information Governance and Management, Technology|

Municipal governments typically field hundreds of public records requests each year. Fulfilling those requests can cost public agencies hundreds of thousands of dollars, in addition to substantial time and frustration. But approaching public records requests with eDiscovery technology streamlines the process and greatly eases the burden. Public Records Laws and eDiscovery Public records requests and eDiscovery refer to two distinct but related processes. Large organizations have dealt with eDiscovery requests for decades. Many of the best practices used by these organizations easily apply to public records requests, as well. In fact, the U.S. Attorney General advised using modern technology to

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