Companies are using a wider variety of systems and solutions to manage their core processes and operations today than ever before.
In the past decade, organizations have rapidly shifted away from paper-based filing systems and toward digital strategies.
Analytics and big data technology have had a vast impact on the private sector in the few short years they have been around.
One of the greatest advantages of modern technology has been the ability to centralize, standardize and optimize business processes across a wide range of departments and functions throughout a given organization.
Data security continues to be one of the more prominent concerns shared by businesses of all sizes, regardless of the industry in which they compete.
Organizations of all sizes and industries have had to quickly and efficiently overhaul their business process management frameworks in the past few years, as a result of the widespread technological transformations that have taken place.
Nephophobia is defined as being a fear of clouds, and this word has resonated through the IT sector for about a decade now.
Information management and governance continue to be at the top of the priority list for decision makers in almost every industry.
Document management and information governance have never been more important than they are today,
Enterprise software has become a far heavier investment in the average organization throughout the past several years.