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business man with his face in his hands because he has been the victim of data breach

Many organisations fail to adequately protect themselves from data breaches. Did you know that 26 million individuals were impacted by data breaches since 2009? A Survey by the Healthcare Information and Management System’s Society published in February 2014 revealed that a staggering 83% of respondents had little to no confidence they could detect all loss […]

Businesswomen thinking about the future

The process of making paper has always been pretty filthy. The process uses more water per tonne of output than any other manufacturing process that humans undertake. The effluent from Paper Manufacturing is still unpleasant, and the toxic ink slurry resulting from reprocessing paper is undeniably foul. The fact of the matter is, with modern […]

blonde woman filling in a paper based form at a reception

Did you know that about a quarter of all company documentation goes missing, never to be seen again? This was the shocking conclusion of research conducted by Deloitte & Touche. Let’s have a closer look at some of the causes and how to avoid these time and money wasters. The vast majority of processes in […]

Woman stressed and tired in her office surrounded by paper

As organisations around the globe look to achieve improved efficiencies, many recognise that the digitisation of paper ranks high on the priority scale. While there are a number of comforts associated with paper, in reality, it is inherently inefficient. For example, it is time-consuming to physically look through file cabinets, boxes, and folders. Distribution of […]

illustration of a security computer

It doesn’t take much more than a quick glance at the news to realise that cybersecurity is a top priority for companies today. Worse, the cause for concern is growing. According to research conducted by PricewaterhouseCoopers in its Global State of Information Security Survey companies detected 38 percent more security threats in 2015 than they did in 2014. […]

woman standing at a scanner

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 […]

government woman using a mobile table

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 […]

business man throwing paper in the air

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 […]

black-key-in-a-safe

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 […]