IT Trends and Thought Leadership
By David Chen, November 03, 2016
Tomorrow is World Paper Free Day, better known as WPFD 2016. What are you doing to help reduce your office's use of paper?
By David Chen, October 20, 2016
One of the most popular data formats in the world, PDF, is due to be upgraded next year to PDF 2.0. Here are some of new features it is likely to include.
By David Chen, September 21, 2016
Still using paper-based expense reports? Here's how digital expense reports – and an ECM system – can save time and money.
By David Chen, September 15, 2016
A variety of governments, ranging from the state of California to the European Union, are easing paperless document laws to make avoiding paper easier.
By David Chen, August 26, 2016
Nobody likes road construction, but paperless "e-construction" processes are making it a lot more efficient and a lot less painful.
By David Chen, April 19, 2016
The Epic of Gilgamesh, more than 4,000 years old, is so well known and universal that Star Trek used it. Researchers have learned it has 20 more lines.
By David Chen, March 23, 2016
Think you're having trouble convincing your company to go to a paperless office? U.K.'s Parliament is having trouble going vellumless.
By David Chen, March 07, 2016
Much as we love the idea of paperless anything, doesn't paperless Monopoly take the fun out of it? Well...maybe not.
By David Chen, February 22, 2016
Read why digital processes and paperless office software drive improved workflow management, security and ROI.
By David Chen, January 22, 2016
Converting a bureaucratic government paper process to a paperless one is not necessarily easy, or cheap.
By David Chen, December 03, 2015
We’ve written before about states developing applications for paperless driver’s licenses. Now Australia is taking it one step further: Paperless passports.
By David Chen, November 20, 2014