M-Files aims to make it easier for customers to import documents from other platforms by using Smart Migration, a service that combines the company's information management expertise with metadata-driven automation.
Guest Opinion: The theorised phenomenon of disruption is defined as a process whereby a product, a service or a solution disrupts the rules of an already established market.
The 2021 Nucleus Research Content Services and Collaboration Value Matrix Report has once again named solution software vendor M-Files as a leader, ranking high in terms of its usability and functionality.
GUEST OPINION: A recent study found that in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, about 49 per cent of CIOs said that their budgets had declined. The same study said that at this point, about 56 per cent of CIOs said that their budgets had returned to pre-COVID levels and the number one driver of that was the universal need for digital transformation (1), something that 77.3 per cent of CIOs said was a major priority moving forward. (2)
Guest Opinion: Rapid digital transformations and remote work initiatives saw more than half of Australian organisations suffer a data breach in 2020, according to The Future of Cybersecurity in Asia Pacific and Japan report.
GUEST OPINION: As organisations continue to work digitally, data (both structured and unstructured) continues to explode. On the one hand, this is delivering huge benefits to organisations, empowering decision-makers to move faster and make more accurate decisions. On the other hand, document issues account for more than 20 per cent of daily productivity loss. (1) The lesson is that more efficient document management can deliver significant productivity gains to organisations.
Information management vendor M-Files has appointed Karthik Shankar as ANZ channel sales engineer.
Information management specialist M-Files has appointed Kevin Leong as its channel account manager for Australia and New Zealand.
At the Australian Local Government Association, national general assembly, Federal Minister for Urban Infrastructure Paul Fletcher gave a speech supporting the need for innovation to drive Australia’s future success.
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