Archive for September, 2013

, How law firms can organize incoming data processes

How law firms can organize incoming data processes

Law firms have the potential to maximize their daily operations through the support of electronic records management.

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, Colorado tech companies safely store database management services

Colorado tech companies safely store database management services

Tech companies in Boulder, Colorado are confident that their business will not be impacted by recent storms because their information was already stored on a cloud-based server.

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, Metropolitan State University’s paper-based payroll shortchanges staffers

Metropolitan State University’s paper-based payroll shortchanges staffers

Metro State University in St. Paul, Minnesota had to change its data processes once it found out that staffers were receiving inconsistent pay from its previous, paper-based system.

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, U.S. Citizen and Immigration Services changes its database management services

U.S. Citizen and Immigration Services changes its database management services

The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services agency will begin digitizing its records through the support of the Department of Homeland Security.

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, CIOs may have less control in data processes by 2015

CIOs may have less control in data processes by 2015

CIOs may lose more control of their budget if they do not reach out to senior staff members who are considering purchasing new database management programs.

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, Lack of database management shows gaps in St. Louis museum network

Lack of database management shows gaps in St. Louis museum network

The Zoo-Museum District, responsible for five museums in the St. Louis area, has expenses that were not in the best interests of the public attractions.

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, City destroyed soiled records, might have violated local laws

City destroyed soiled records, might have violated local laws

Temple City, California decided to throw out over 700 records because they were filled with asbestos, but local officials were still able to scan 92 records beforehand.

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, Polish library uses scanning service to preserve ‘Middle Ages’ manuscripts

Polish library uses scanning service to preserve ‘Middle Ages’ manuscripts

Wroclaw's bulk scanning program will let the general public read original manuscripts that date back to the Middle Ages.

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, How to work with multiple outsourced vendors

How to work with multiple outsourced vendors

Businesses that choose to multisource with other vendors should be prepared of the difficulties that come along with the benefits.

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