• Categories Case Studies
    Queen Mary University of London

    For 15 years, The GI Physiology Unit had been using long, paper-based questionnaires to capture clinical information from patients on their health-related problems. However, together with an improved experiential understanding of which data are required to better comprehend certain clinical conditions, along with a desire to make this a paperless exercise, the GIPU team realised that they needed to develop and advance their questionnaire in order to capture even more pertinent information about their patients.

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  • Categories Data Capture
    Integrations that work for your business

    They say old habits die hard, and that is twice as true in the corporate world. Trying to convince a business to change their processes and the way they work, and introducing them to a new system is a hard sell – the first reaction to abrupt change is resistance and annoyance.

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  • Categories Data Capture
    Why Going Digital Matters – How to Plan for Success

    The idea of the paperless office has been around for quite some time – since the first computers for business use became available in fact. Over the last 50 years, this idea has gone from mere futurism to ecological idealism to a reality for some, and is soon to become all but inevitable for most. […]

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  • Categories Data Capture
    AIIM Survey highlights

    Where are businesses with their Transition to paperless office? The pace of change in business is fast. Staying on top of what’s happening is both increasingly challenging yet important. Here’s our quick guide to all you need to know about the state of paperless office from a recent AIIM survey. Paper in the office 17% […]

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  • Categories Process Automation
    4 Ways Technology Can Help Manufacturers Improve Efficiency and Profits

    It’s been called the next industrial revolution—Industry 4.0. What is it exactly? Industry 4.0 refers to the leap in manufacturing made possible by the digitisation of data, encapsulating the entirety of an organization’s people and processes—from the conference room to the manufacturing floor. This enormous, digitally-accessed data source is the groundwork by which new technologies […]

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  • Categories Backup and Storage
    Avoid the monetary pitfalls of a cyber attack with Dajon and Fifth Step

    2015 is widely predicted to be “the” year for big data – information will increasingly be used to effect positive change and drive via educated and timely business decisions. Data agility is the key here; the action of slicing, dicing, analysing and delivering information when it is most needed will ultimately drive wider organisational change. […]

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  • Categories Data Capture
    The paperless office – will it happen?

    Over recent years we have seen an invasion of smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices – all of which make every day work operations much simpler. This advanced technology, coupled with highly secure digital storage methods (both in-office and remote based) should lead to entirely paper-free operations – but many companies are still struggling to […]

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  • NHS tasked with improving electronic patient records

    A new report by the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges challenges the NHS to improve electronic patient records.

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  • Keeping the pressure off IT staff with data management

    A new survey reveals that the majority of IT professionals worldwide struggle with the demands of data security.

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