Digital transformation has become a priority for businesses everywhere. CEOs have realised how urgently they need to take advantage of the benefits provided by new technologies and trends in order to stay ahead of competitors. As a result, digital transformation is now one of the biggest factors taken into consideration when creating a business strategy.
The invention of modern computers and the internet completely reshaped the way we think about content management. In the digital age, we have access to an endless stream of data that we can use to optimise businesses in every industry. If processing invoices and contracts manually feels outdated, it’s because it is! The rise of the paperless office will leave documents from just a few years ago feeling as old as Hammurabi’s clay tablets. Content Services are the modern answer to information management, enabling you to efficiently archive, protect, and share valuable data across your organisation.
Enterprises can protect their customers’ data by implementing the security features embedded in content management solutions such as strict control, auditing, and tracking of access to information, as well as regular back-ups of valuable data that can be easily restored at any time in case it is accidentally deleted or damaged.
Content Services are not only useful in terms of efficiency and organisation within offices – they are playing a major role in modern security strategies for businesses. Digital document management allows businesses to trace all actions and eliminates the risk of losing, damaging, or destroying a document. In the end, this is crucial not only regarding internal company information, but also that of customers, who trust companies with their personal data which can be ensured by implementing such digital solutions.
Tools such as Content Services are now dominating the arena of automation, providing the services to take care of tasks right from capture, upon receipt of the information, through to delivering it into the integrated business system or a designated professional’s inbox.
Enterprise mobility management (EMM) is taking companies a step closer to the boundaryless office. But too many organisations don’t put enough care into creating a user-friendly mobility printing solution that allows employees to print out documents anytime and anywhere. It’s a relatively straightforward process once companies fully understand the process. The right mobility printing solution integrates with existing EMM systems, saving costs, maintaining security and business efficiency. Mobile printing is an important issue in the fast-moving digital world.
This whitepaper, developed using IDG Research of 150 large European businesses, provides evidence as to how companies are confronting the difficulties that come with constant innovation. By welcoming new technology into the workplace alongside a people-led approach, business leaders are seeing efficiency and productivity soar.
Environmental sustainability has become a significant motivator for decisions at every strata of society. Critically, more and more organisations are publicly seeking to reduce their environmental impact through more sustainable business practices, supply chains and procurement.
The Office of the Future: Survey Report 2019 has been created from a partnership with GovNewsDirect. Engaging 406 public sector staff across 348 public sector organisations, the survey focuses on five levers driving change in the public sector. It also identifies how the public sector office is evolving.