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This may be the craziest question you’ve heard all day, but could manual data entry inadvertently lead to male pattern baldness? A new video from Nuance now presents a lighthearted look at the business challenges related to manual data entry. We admit that this example is a little silly, but it does a good job […]

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Two sweeping, structural trends are transforming the nature of the UK workplace, and government agencies – from national to local – are not immune. One trend is demographic: the millennial generation will soon dominate the UK workforce. According to the PwC’s 14th Annual Global CEO Survey, by 2020, millennials will make up 50 percent of […]

Government security document transparency compliance

Government agencies at all levels – national, regional, and local – are struggling to meet two conflicting imperatives. One demand is for transparency: constituents (individuals, businesses, and other organisations) increasingly expect that information in the hands of government will be accessible to and usable by everyone with a legitimate interest in it. The offsetting demand […]

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The Internet, cloud-based tools, mobile devices and other technologies are all transforming many traditional forms of communication into digital media. This, in turn, reduces the amount of paperwork and printing that occurs in most companies today. Clearly, it’s a positive trend, but it turns out that we have quite a ways to go before paper […]

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If you were to compile a list of the most vulnerable network points in your workplace, it is likely that list would be missing one of your most prevalent risks: multi-function printers (MFPs). More than just copiers, printers, and scanners, MFPs continue to advance and add functionality that has a positive impact on workplace productivity […]

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“Just fax it to me.” How often do you find yourself saying that nowadays? It could be more than you think if you’re in some industries. Even though email and other technological tools have come out that could take the place of faxing, the good old fax machine seems to have made it through alive. […]

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The Ponemon Institute recently reported that the loss of sensitive data costs companies approximately £2.6 million a year. The financial consequences aren’t the only problems these companies face; damages to reputation and the loss of customer loyalty can be even greater concerns. Additionally, if legal requirements are breached, the consequences for the company may be […]