In the previous post, we learned how Advanced Capture helps improve information visibility in applications such as digital mailrooms and shared service centers. Here we discuss how Advanced Capture helps you achieve operational excellence.
Fujitsu, a market leader in document imaging, continues to back their industry leading software and solutions support by announcing that their fi series of scanners will include Advanced Capture in an effort to help streamline the transition to a paperless environment.
Much like boxing, IT security requires training, preparation, and planning; an individual must be primed for an attack despite the fact that the kind of attack or when it will happen is entirely uncertain. Sunguard Availability Services (Sunguard AS), experts in the managed services and IT recovery industry, compares IT security to that of the recent Mayweather vs.
June is Internet Safety Month, and the National Cyber Security Alliance has teamed up with ConnectSafely (a non-profit organization that educates users about safety, privacy, and security when using online technology) in order to help educate users of all ages about simple steps and preventative measures they can take in order to fully enjoy the benefits of internet browsing this summer.
Smartphone, tablet, and BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) use has skyrocketed in such a way that mobile technology has allowed for employees to report to work from any location through the use of their own electronic devices. While this has, undoubtedly, increased productivity and overall job satisfaction, it does raise concerns in regards to data protection and security, employee privacy, theft or loss, non-exempt employee usage, and employer liability for employee misconduct.
Canon Solutions America, Inc. has announced that Canon was named the U.S. and worldwide continuous feed market share leader by InfoTrends, a top market research consulting firm catering to the digital imaging and document solutions marketplace. The March 2015 report highlights Canon’s position as being number one in both national and worldwide market share figures.
Lexmark, a brand most commonly known for its printers, has purchased document-capture software provider Kofax for $1 billion. Not only will Lexmark double its enterprise software business to approximately $700 billion and increase its digital presence significantly, but it will also procure all of the outstanding shares of Kofax.
Fujitsu may incorporate palm scanners into smart phones to drastically improve current methods of identification verification. Most iPhone users are familiar with the fingerprint technology that insures the iPhone owner is the only one using the phone. This new palm scanner technology is similar but more advanced.
Konica Minolta, a leader in advanced imaging solutions, application development, and managed IT services headquartered in Ramsey, NJ, has announced that it’s been named the 2015 New Partner of the Year Award by Kofax Limited. The award winners were announced on March 11th at Kofax’s Transform 2015 Conference held in Las Vegas, which attracted 800 attendees from 35 countries.