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This post continues our series on streamlining information governance and compliance. In this and my next article I will briefly spotlight three strategies and an industry trend to consider when applying automation to your information governance practices.
This post begins the third of a six-part series on how digital transformation will impact the future workplace, and businesses. Information governance and regulatory compliance are pressing challenges for every organization.
This post concludes Part Two of our series on critical elements to consider when digitally transforming your workplace and business. At the end of my previous article I stated that a good approach to multichannel inbound content would be to include automation as part of the capture process to ensure consistency, accuracy and more efficient processes across the enterprise.
The first part of any workflow begins with information and its related business process. Consequently, you need to think about data capture as a key transformation element requiring serious attention.
This post begins the second of a six-part series on how digital transformation will impact the future workplace, and businesses. Let’s start with an idea that many business leaders understand: the potential for growth comes from innovation and high levels of customer satisfaction.
In my previous article I mentioned that, when we talk about modernizing the information infrastructure, there is a need to take a more holistic view and assess not only the technology you have and may need, but these other elements as well. There are at least four critical things you can do to evaluate your current state and formulate a modernization plan.
In my previous article I raised the question, “What are some key actions you need to consider in order to achieve digital transformation?” One answer, which I will spotlight in this column, is that it’s important to focus on modernizing your information infrastructure. But what exactly does that mean?
Using personal devices to conduct non-personal business has become increasingly common. Companies issuing these devices need to clearly understand the needs, rights, obligations and expectations of employees when implementing "bring your own device" (BYOD) policies and programs.