Providing employees access to the information they need to do their jobs is essential to a productive workplace. Another key to driving success in business is employee collaboration, which is enabled by the ability to share this information. More and more companies have come to recognize the value of collaboration in business.
Among the problems faced by education institutions and school districts is an overwhelming amount of paperwork. They are responsible for massive volumes of student records, files containing data that is legally required by state and federal regulations to be kept for many years, if not permanently.
In many professional environments, color printing is considered an extravagance. Regular inter-office documents don’t need color, right? That’s just for the marketing department, isn’t it? However, both of those sentiments are inaccurate. Read on to learn some astounding information about how the strategic use of color can help your financial team get results—by printing invoices with color.
The first fully functional digital computer, ENIAC, occupied an astounding 1,800 square feet. Mobile devices today pack exponentially more computing power into a mere 6 square inches! Computing’s evolution has involved ever-smaller components, and whether it’s sending print jobs from tiny smartphones or printing while away from the office, the convenience of mobile printing can’t be beat.
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It’s a question faced by every company at some point in the evolution of their office technology: Buy or Lease? For many small- to medium-sized businesses (SMBs), the flexibility, simplicity, and affordable technology available through leasing can’t be beaten by a purchase. Read on to learn why.
The secret to success in any business is focusing on your strengths. Document Systems’ goal is to help businesses leverage their office technology to maximize their effectiveness, but there’s no single solution that suits every company; business technology design is not one-size-fits-all. To help each company we work with thrive, we must understand their individual mission and critical workflows.
Business continuity planning is important for any company. But, when disaster strikes a manufacturing operation, the company can lose as much as $1 million per hour. With this kind of vulnerability, business continuity planning can pay off big for manufacturers.
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For ACCESS, a Specialty Animal Hospital, corporate social responsibility (CSR) is more than a buzzword. At ACCESS, they know that developing processes that are more environmentally friendly is good for both the planet and for their team.
With the growing role of data in our business and everyday lives, security and privacy have never been more important, and nowhere is it more critical than in healthcare environments. In addition to ethical considerations, healthcare companies are subject to strict regulatory compliance regulations such as HIPAA. Fortunately, many document solutions available today offer features that help healthcare organizations stay compliant while improving efficiency.
What is HIPAA?