Archive for October, 2013

, Stating the case for data processes

Stating the case for data processes

While processes are becoming increasingly electronic, some employees continue to print at least 10 pages per day, which could be significantly reduced with electronic data processes.

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, Polk County completes digital documentation system

Polk County completes digital documentation system

Polk County has finally completed its electronic courts document system after e-filing began in January.

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, High school implements ‘textbook-free’ environment

High school implements ‘textbook-free’ environment

One high school in New York decided to switch from bulky textbooks to a digital library, allowing students to access all materials from their tablets.

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, Why business process outsourcing is worth considering

Why business process outsourcing is worth considering

BPO can save a business time working on non-core tasks. 

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, Why the health insurance exchange program is slower than planned

Why the health insurance exchange program is slower than planned

The health insurance exchange website that opened on October 1, 2013 is already experiencing many issues, delaying registration for some Americans.

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, Understanding the ‘buzz’ over Big Data

Understanding the ‘buzz’ over Big Data

Before getting into Big Data, it is important to understand how its potential can benefit your business.

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, New Jersey police departments implement collaborative data processes system

New Jersey police departments implement collaborative data processes system

Police departments within Camden County expect to significantly improve communication by 2014 through a collaborative data processes program.

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, Big Data helps logistics find patterns

Big Data helps logistics find patterns

Big Data is helping supply chain businesses to further improve daily operations.

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, Delta flight kits transferred onto Microsoft Surface tablets

Delta flight kits transferred onto Microsoft Surface tablets

Delta Airlines hopes to have a company-wide, paperless cockpit by 2014, which still depends on the FAA's approval.

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, Study: Businesses slow to fully adopt electronic data processes

Study: Businesses slow to fully adopt electronic data processes

Businesses that want to implement digital data processes should consider rolling out their system to as many processes as possible, according to a study from AIIM.

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