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Hyland, Iron Mountain Partner to Automate Back-Office Processes

Hyland, Iron Mountain Partner to Automate Back-Office Processes

Storage and information management services provider Iron Mountain and enterprise content management (ECM) vendor Hyland Software have partnered to automate workflow functions to ease the day to day workloads of back-office employees.

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Want Business Innovation? Optimize Your Operations

Want Business Innovation? Optimize Your Operations

What’s the most important role of IT in an organization?  Is it “keeping the lights on” or sparking innovation?  Apparently, it’s a tossup. According to CIO.com’s 2017 State of the CIO survey, 72 percent of IT executives say balancing innovation and operational excellence is a constant challenge — the

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How to Create Processes that Hold Up Under Pressure

How to Create Processes that Hold Up Under Pressure

With the Olympics in Rio, baseball nearing the playoffs and football underway, I’ve been thinking, “What is it that separates high performers and world champions from everyone else?”  Regardless of the sport, when you think about winning teams or individuals you know they didn’t just cruise to victory.

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Give Collaboration Sticking Power

Give Collaboration Sticking Power

Organizations know they need to get their employees collaborating and are making significant investments into collaboration tools to support this effort.   But then they're left wondering why people still don't rush to use these tools. To help answer this question, let’s understand what powers any organization.

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Stop Settling for IT Mediocrity – & Manage Beyond ‘Meh’

Stop Settling for IT Mediocrity - & Manage Beyond 'Meh'

To keep up with the speed of business, IT departments need to stop thinking about pinching pennies and using automation and outsourcing to make things cheaper and easier. What many don’t realize is that these practices are stressing organizational infrastructure and making operations mediocre at best.

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