Nov. 5 2015
There are many reasons why organizations outsource their print operations. Procuring and managing the consumables to run a print fleet alone is a major challenge. However, the most common reason for outsourcing... View More
Nov. 4 2015
Enough said about proper electronic content management (ECM) technology planning, creating LEAN workflows and integrating electronic records management (ERM). Instead, in memory of unsuccessful initiatives... View More
Nov. 3 2015
Autumn is that time of year where it is incumbent upon us in the industry to deliver both our predictions and forward-thinking vision of the future and our writing coverage plans for the following year... View More
Nov. 2 2015
Software, hardware, who’s kidding who? Everything keeps improving to the point of making its predecessor obsolete. This is called progress. If everything stayed the same, we would still be hunting... View More
Oct. 28 2015
Corporations are a class of life on planet Earth, along with humans, the animal species, the vegetal world and the planet itself (with its own sub-classes of seas, mountains, wind, oxygen and whatnot).... View More
Oct. 27 2015
I recently attended a US Postal Service's Postal Customer Council (PCC) meeting where the focus was on direct mail. The interesting takeaway for me was how the use of direct mail in concert with email... View More
Oct. 26 2015
The idea of using documents to speak to customers directly is nothing new. Since the late 90s, momentum has been building to use personalization and relevant messaging to connect more closely with customers.... View More
Oct. 22 2015
When we talk about customer communication strategy, the most common topic is the context of the communication. We can start by looking at the context of the pressures you face in terms of "more and less."
Oct. 21 2015
Attracting corporate attention to your information management/governance programs can be a hard road to travel, unless you’re directly contributing to the company’s revenue or cutting its costs.... View More
Oct. 20 2015
Decision makers may believe minimal or limited access is sufficient to get the benefits associated with mobile enablement. In practice, this tepid, apprehensive approach can actually create new bottlenecks
Oct. 15 2015
In my past articles, I keep insisting, time and again, the reason that documents should be very well taken care of is that managers are paid to make decisions, which are made based on knowledge... View More
Oct. 13 2015
Winning information governance buy-in is a challenge. Learn how your peers overcame this challenge so you can benefit from this unique meeting of the minds... View More
Oct. 12 2015
Cybersecurity is top of mind, from the boardroom and C-suite to information technology (IT), legal, finance and more, but does that translate to effective policies and actions?... View More
Oct. 8 2015
IBM partners with Box on cloud content management strategy. Is this a classic win-win? We’ve seen these arrangements flourish and perish. Success is not guaranteed, and the competition is not standing... View More
Oct. 7 2015
When it comes to e-billing, companies fall into two broad categories: (1) They have robust e-billing and e-delivery options for customers to choose, or (2) they have a limited or no electronic option... View More
Oct. 2 2015
One of the most complex strategies to build, execute and sustain is an enterprise-wide document strategy. It is easy to see why when the challenges in our corporate culture persist today... View More