Document Management news stories - Page 2
Adobe announces new Google Drive integration for Acrobat
“The best thing about the Acrobat and Google Drive integration is that it’s applicable to everyone – personally, professionally, or wherever you fall in the middle."
Nitro report suggests poor document workflows hurt knowledge workers
Inefficient document workflows are leading to fragmented, repetitive tasks that are stressing employees out and may even have an impact on how many people walk off the job.
Adobe launches e-signature app to alleviate SMBs’ paperwork pains
Adobe is doing its part to simplify document work for small businesses, with the launch of Adobe Sign.
Why mobile printing is more important than ever
Mobile workers can find it difficult to print from devices because of connectivity issues, driver and software needs, and incompatibility issues.
How digitisation delivers speed to Porsche service documents
With its Service Department drowning in paperwork, Giltrap Porsche looked to Fuji Xerox New Zealand and its DocuShare Flex cloud document management solution for digital answers.
How mobile workers can become even more efficient
“Mobile workers who can manage invoices and forms on the go, simply using their smart device, can be more productive and efficient. They can work more accurately and avoid the frustrations that come with manual, paper-based processes that often ties them to a desk.”
How digital transformation will impact the document industry
A Y Soft executive explains how document and print services providers can ensure they stay ahead during the age of digital transformation.
Dropbox brings in-country document hosting to A/NZ & Japan
Dropbox Business users in New Zealand, Australia, and Japan will be able to store their Dropbox files in-country, beginning in the second half of 2019.
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Mobile document management policies impair workers
Most employees need access to company documents on their mobile devices, but almost half can’t get that access because organisations aren’t keeping up.
Bringing proof of delivery processes into the digital age
Paper-based proof of delivery processes could be holding you back.
CASE STUDY: How Ricoh avoided disruption by meeting changing business needs
Ricoh Hong Kong is a document management solutions and IT services provider that needed to evolve its product portfolio to be more dynamic and agile.
Hands-on review: Epson’s ET-M1120
Epson’s ET-M1120 offers no-nonsense black and white printing.
Singapore printing startup Gogoprint sets sights on A/NZ
Gogoprint raised US$7.7 million (NZ$11.9 million) in a Series A funding round, which will help to finance regional expansion and product development.
Nitro makes two new hires to expand into APAC channel
With these new highly channel-experienced hires, the digital documents company has its focus firmly on expanding throughout the region.
Synnex AU partners with Nitro for enterprise PDF solutions
“Nitro has proven itself a formidable competitor in the PDF productivity space and will be a valuable addition to our product portfolio.”
IDC - Worldwide large format printer shipments up 1H18
For the first half of the year, shipments are up 3.5% while revenue is up over 5% compared to the first half of 2017.
Why organisations should consider the cloud for print management
A transition to a cloud-based solution can remove some administrative tasks that internal IT teams currently face, and it can reduce related costs.
CSG to exit enterprise segment of its business amid poor performance
The company will re-align its business under three distinct segments and undergo significant restructuring operations.
Qumulo’s new archive file storage solution mimics cloud services
Qumulo has announced it is ‘redefining archive file storage’ with the release of its new Nearline Archive series.
Alloys inks new distie agreement with Fujitsu for scanning equiptment
The agreement provides Alloy's customers with access to Fujitsu scanning solutions in the workgroup, departmental and production-level categories.
Promapp's NZ-born BPM software a hit with US university
Promapp’s business process management software has been chosen by a United States university to support the institution's document processes.
Reduce risk in the enterprise by digitising documents
Relying on paper documentation is one of the largest gaps an enterprise faces, and also one of the hardest to police.
Why organisations should consider new innovations to secure print device access
“What this means is that the industry needs to look at how to help organisations secure access to these valuable devices."
Dropbox and Google Cloud to deliver cross-platform integrations
From within Dropbox, users will have the option to open and edit compatible files directly in Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides.