Tag - technology

CIO Review puts Document Locator in top 20 HR technologies of 2015

A paperless HR document management system means you can search files electronically, organize everything automatically, secure files against unauthorized access, automate review and approval procedures, recover files easily in the event of a disaster, and even make easy-to-use online forms that replace paper and PDF forms. If this weren’t enough, the filing cabinets are gone too. In looking at what [...]

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The Document Management Galaxy

An interesting poster arrived in the mail today. A galactic map of the Silicon Forest Universe. And right there, not so far, far away, was ColumbiaSoft’s own galaxy nestled between the 4th and 5th rings of the massive Tektronix universe. The poster is a second generation of the map to result from research by Virginia Tech University and Portland State [...]

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V5.2 Preview Digital Signatures with Adobe Acrobat

When Document Locator v5.2 is made available, some new bells and whistles are included that existing and prospective customers have requested. I could certainly go into endless detail about the various product enhancements that have been added or mention the notably increased performance made against our internal benchmarks, but not today. Rather I felt like commenting on how PDFs [...]

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Collaboration, SharePoint and BIM on the topic at AEC Tech Conference

This Document Management Blog’s very own Carl Azar will be speaking on a topic of current concern in the AEC industry this week at ZweigWhite’s AEC Technology Strategies Conference in Las Vegas. He will be joined by Burns & McDonnell Engineering’s Vice President and Chief Technical Officer Gregory Gould, as well as Project Manager Derrick M. Beasley in a [...]

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FIATECH conference – day one

Day 1 at FIATECH, and I thought the most interesting session was by Barry LePatner, who focused on “How to fix America’s broken construction industry.” As you can tell, LePatner argues that Construction is uniquely broken among U.S. industries, and is essentially continuing to do business the same way and with the same technology as 100 years ago. Here [...]

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