Having trouble viewing this email? Click here to view web version. 5 Tips For Improving HR Workflow Each department in your business has its own specific paper-handling pains that contribute to inefficient workflows. One of the most paper-intensive departments is Human Resources. Whether it’s keeping sensitive employee information safe and secure, or updating the…Read More
Between HIPAA documents, insurance forms, billing papers and patient records, the healthcare industry is buried in paper – and it continues to pile up. File management for medical records and personal health information is as big of an issue as it ever was, but it’s becoming even more pressing every day. Do you have control of medical records, and do you have the processes in place to prove it? If so, how confident are you that they being followed?Read More
From helping employees work faster to enabling entire businesses to do more with less, technology has numerous benefits. So, why are some businesses refusing to tackle document management and implement digital workflows, and how is this refusal hurting customers? Why Are People Resistant To Change? Businesses and employees are used to doing things a certain…Read More
A technology plan is a business plan that focuses on the implementation of technology. It has many of the same factors as a business plan. Set measurable goals and be specific about what you plan to achieve. The budget has to be carefully thought out, and practical. Create a detailed implementation plan and make sure…Read More
How a business handles its documents says a lot about its ability to thrive in its current form as well as grow into a mature, competitive entity in today’s marketplace.
In small businesses, specifically, multiple employees are handling multiple responsibilities. Every minute proves vital and valuable. Taking time away from one’s main duties to look for a document that may be misfiled adds hours to the day and employees to the payroll.
Let’s look at a small business approach to document management – and what changes are necessary for scaling the business in an efficient, cost-effective way.Read More
A computer network can be a great benefit for personal use, as well as for your business. It is vital to keep your computer network safe. Leaving a computer network unprotected is like leaving the front / back door of your home open. Anyone will be able to walk in, steal your possessions or even use your house for illegal activities. Today’s sophisticated internet threats are hard to detect, and they are capable of inflicting the maximum damage to your computer and the computers associated with your network. In order to take the complete advantage of everything a network has to offer, it is important to install proper security measures. Network security refers to any activities designed to protect your network.Read More
Written By: Andrew Rosenbaum With employees clamoring for BYOD (bring your own device), more and more businesses are questioning whether they should go to the expense of providing employees with desk phones. Why spend an average of $150 a pop on a deskphone, when employees are happier to be on tablets and mobiles? Thanks to…Read More
Outsourcing the IT responsibilities of a business to an IT service provider, gives business owners the opportunity to be more agile and respond to opportunities presented by the market. The IT expertise offered by an IT service provider is much more dynamic and flexible, making it easy to adapt to the demands of the market and the scalability of the business. Let us take a look at how you can enhance your business agility by collaborating with an IT service provider.Read More
Building an IT policy for your organization is not an easy task. There isn’t a blanket set of rules that can fit your needs and requirements. Each organization serves a different purpose and the efforts involved in achieving an objective or guaranteeing compliance will definitely vary. This is the case even for businesses that work…Read More
Written by: Thomas Schneck for DocuWare In manufacturing, one small misstep early can lead to big obstacles later. To curb problems, manufacturers rely on a variety of quality control systems, product and inventory tracking, and compliance regulations. Automation and manufacturing usually go hand-in-hand. Automation improves speed and accuracy while also limiting exposure to risk. Document…Read More