Remote Workers and Document Management

The Internet allows us to access information from anywhere in the world. However, access to documents is a barrier to many remote workers and travelers who rely on people in the office to retrieve files from cabinets and fax or e-mail those documents. Learn how document management systems (DMSs) can help create, manage, audit, and retain documents in a company-wide, controlled, and remotely accessible filing structure.

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Your Best Workers May Not Be Your Employees

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The workforce is changing. Cradle-to-grave employment is a relic. Technological advances have allowed workers to become more mobile and global. But the financial crisis of 2008 has had a lasting impact on employment around the world and across industries. Since then, multiple studies have documented the rise of independent workers, also known as contractors, freelancers, or consultants.

In this report, researchers look at a sample of more than 33,000 workers across 26 countries and compare... Read More

Cloud VoIP Mobility Buyer’s Guide

These days, a lot of employees work remotely. The most visible of them are those who are traveling for business, but there are also those who work from home or in small and/or remote branch offices. Even small companies can have overseas employees, and many of them may switch among any combination of these work situations at different times. In any case, all represent different types of mobile workers and cloud VoIP providers offer a variety of ways to keep such workers connected.

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Keeping Up with Production: How Agile Data Management Speeds Time to Market

Software development across industries is undergoing a constant revolution, driving toward more efficient processes, while data management is trapped with slow legacy systems. This document from Gleanster outlines how data as a service transforms data from drag to driver. Read More

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Remote Management and the Information Infrastructure

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Remote Control in Manufacturing—Entering Closed Environments Without Opening the Door

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In manufacturing, it’s not uncommon to find environments either too dangerous or sensitive to allow unrestricted access. Remote control software opens the door, boosting productivity without compromising the safety of workers or equipment. This paper shows how it can conserve time and effort, cut the travel budget, and up the pace of action, even where connectivity is limited.  Read More
 
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