Nintex RPA Changes the Game of Process Management and Automation

Post by: Scott Money

The term “Robotic Process Automation” is becoming more common in the IT marketplace. RPA is software technology which replicates how human beings use existing applications at the graphical user interface level for processing transactions, working with data and communicating with other enterprise systems. More simply, RPA is the use of software to handle repeatable tasks on the computer… Read more »

The Feds Are RAMPing Up Migration to the Cloud: Are You Ready?

Post by: Mike Ratigan

The government’s full-scale adoption of the cloud is as necessary as it is inevitable. But it will be a very tall order for agencies to implement … without help. For nearly a decade, the government has mandated the adaptation from old, insecure legacy IT to cloud computing. Slow to adopt at first, a growing segment… Read more »

How Digital Document Management Aligns With an Agile Workplace

Post by: Scott Swidersky

As companies seek to gain efficiencies in the workplace, provide flexibility for employees, encourage collaboration, and attract and retain the best talent, strategies involving Agile working have gained popularity. Agile working involves developing an organization, its culture and processes. It is no longer about doing things the old way with some new technologies and redesigned… Read more »

Achieving Digital Transformation at the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services

Post by: Mike Ratigan

As constituents, we expect our federal government to be efficient and compliant. However, this is becoming more and more challenging. Growing demand for services, coupled with new policies and regulations, together with the added burden of limited resources create the perfect storm. Digital transformation is essential for government agencies to keep up with these challenges…. Read more »

Meeting NARA Compliance with Your ERM System

Post by: Mike Ratigan

In August of 2017, National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) took the next leap in its Federal Electronic Records Modernization Initiative (FERMI), designed to proactively develop policies and improve processes for the transition to a fully digitized government, by releasing its Universal Electronic Record Management (UERM) requirements. Whether your firm has a current electronic record… Read more »

M-12-18 Compliance: Where Does Your Federal Agency Stand?

Post by: Scott Money

Crunch time is rapidly approaching for federal government agencies to implement action plans in order to ensure compliance with a massive White House records preservation mandate. Ready or not, it’s coming. On Aug. 24, 2012, in an Executive Branch-wide effort to develop a 21st-century framework for the management of government records that applies to all… Read more »

The Cost-saving Benefits of Embracing Digital Signatures

Post by: Scott Money

  Digital signature technology is by no means a new concept. However, too many organizations are still overlooking the technology and missing out on an opportunity to improve customer experience, increase productivity, and reduce errors and costs. Until an organization implements a digital signature, their processes are not truly paperless in nature. For those who… Read more »

Looking Back at Microsoft Ignite & Forward at SharePoint 2016

Post by: Scott Money

Microsoft wasn’t kidding when it said Ignite would be its largest and most comprehensive tech event. With more than 20,000 attendees, Ignite was the place to be for Microsoft (and SharePoint) experts last week. DocPoint had a great time at the conference and made connections, new and old, with SharePoint industry experts, peers and partners…. Read more »

SharePoint 2016: A Sneak Peak

Post by: Scott Money

It seems like only yesterday that the ECM world was all a-buzz about the launch of SharePoint 2013. Well, here comes SharePoint 2016. Microsoft has begun leaking insights on what SharePoint 2016 and what the latest edition of the platform will entail. In a recent podcast, Microsoft’s SharePoint senior project manager, Bill Baer, confirmed that… Read more »

The Government Goes to the Cloud with Microsoft Azure

Post by: Scott Money

In order to become a major cloud player in today’s market, it is more important than ever to ensure that data is secure. This is especially true if you are servicing the government sector. Recently, Microsoft – one of the select vendors authorized to provide cloud services to the federal government – announced that its… Read more »

Microsoft Ignite

Post by: Scott Money

2015 not only marks a brand new year, but also a new era for Microsoft’s biennial SharePoint Conference. And, there’s good news and bad news. The bad news: Microsoft will no longer host this highly successful SharePoint event. The good news: Instead of hosting several platform-targeted conferences throughout the year, Microsoft will hold one large,… Read more »