OnBase and OnBase Cloud Enterprise Content Management (ECM): capture, manage, store, preserve, and deliver content and documents across your organization.
If your company is ruled by paper despite the digital age, you’re not alone. Here are 5 compelling reasons you should go paperless.
Information Security and Compliance doesn’t have to be hard…you may already have the tools you need to make major improvements. Read on to find out our expert tips on improving your Information Security and Compliance in Five Easy Steps
This article details these modules: Virtual Print Driver, Application Enabler, and Outlook Integration, that, in our opinion, are vastly under-utilized by many organizations that own them.
Is your business affected by GDPR? If you have customers, whether B2B or B2C, the answer is most likely. Read on to find out how GDPR can affect your organization.
Many manufacturing companies suffer from disconnected systems and siloed departments, but they don’t have to. Read on how you can connect the dots within your manufacturing organization.
Is the Cloud an option for churches? Of course it is. We cover the three main points that all churches should consider – Security, Visibility, and Engagement. Read more.
Technology has been bringing about massive change in many industries over the last few years. And in 99% of these cases, these changes have brought about much innovation and success. But what about industries that involve the human element? Healthcare tops the list, where a machine can perform a given task, sometimes even more efficiently than if administered by a person, but what it lacks is the uniquely human ability to cater to the needs of a patient. An algorithm may suggest one approach, but a person who excels in their position understands when to take a different approach. Below we will talk about how to add the human touch in healthcare technology.
Let’s start by asking – what is legacy technology? Simply… Read more »
Content services has evolved from enterprise content management (ECM) and document management. The term “content services” was introduced in the hopes to encompass the broad range of access, management and delivery of virtual content, when you need it, where you need it.