Enterprise Content Management (ECM): The Document Lifecycle
Enterprise Content Management (ECM) can be defined as the strategies, methods, and tools used to capture, manage, process, and deliver content and documents throughout an enterprise setting.
Because of the complexity surrounding enterprises and the vast amount of unstructured internal information going around within companies, content management in enterprise can be particularly challenging.
Top 5 Trends that are Shaping the Future of Enterprise Printing
Enterprise printing covers your firms entire printing associated yield. Enterprise printing comprises of everything you produce using workplace printers, multi-function printing devices, scanners, and copiers.
As everything in the IT world is constantly evolving on a daily basis, enterprise printing is no exception.
GDPR Compliance Guide: 3 Steps to Start your Public Cloud Infrastructure
The European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a regulation which came into force in May of 2018, highlighting issues pertaining to data collection, processing, and privacy for individuals residing anywhere in the European Union.
Organizations dealing with the collection and processing of personal data must now demonstrate GDPR compliance, as non-compliance could lead to hefty fines! GDPR brings about several challenges for enterprises with respect to operating in public cloud computing environments.
UniPrint.net Careers: 10 Reasons Why You Should Work for Us!
UniPrint.net is looking for some new faces to join our team! We have many open positions and are always accepting applications to grow our team
Take a look at the top 10 reasons why you should work for us!
3 Multi-vendor Printing Environment Challenges Every Organization Faces
Most enterprises in today’s corporate world host multi-vendor printing environments.
Companies with multi-vendor printing environments have printer fleets containing equipment from a variety of vendors, leading to a diverse print infrastructure. This leads to a bunch of problems for companies dealing with a printing fleet consisting of several manufacturers and models.