In this week's Computer Weekly, we look at Shell's digital twin strategy, which combines AI, internet of things and big data to improve safety and cut costs. Our latest buyer's guide examines the best practices and technologies in business process automation. And we find out why securing DNS is critical to fighting cyber crime. Read the issue now.
In this week's Computer Weekly, as the pandemic forces many sectors into a business rethink, digital art is hoping to capitalise on changing times. Chinese supplier Lenovo is dominating the supercomputer market – we examine how it got there. And as datacentre engineers become key workers, we look at the health and safety issues. Read the issue now.
Read this case study to learn how this large European shipping company integrated an Intermec Imaging Solution and estimates an annual saving of 25,000 hours on the vehicle logistics work flow. Additional savings are estimated for improving the accuracy of the VIN reading and record keeping.
If your business is on the cusp of moving from paper files to digital ones, the pressure is on to devise a plan to make the transition seamless. Inside this e-guide, learn 3 simple questions to consider that will help guide your initiative to success. Plus, find out more about the efficiency benefits of adopting invoice automation.
Most organizations today are leveraging digital documents over physical ones, but digital data management is more complex and difficult than managing it predecessor. Read this e-guide to gain expert insight into what makes up an effective document management strategy, 3 key questions to ask and answer when planning your approach, and much more.
Read this case study of a New Jersey utility company to learn how replacing their former document imaging system with the ImageNow enterprise content management allowed them to save time, accelerate AP approval processes, streamline cumbersome processes and curb frustration for employees.
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For many medical institutions, the expense and management burdens of storing the big files created by picture archiving and communications systems (PACS) are fast growing beyond control. In response, some hospital IT executives are turning to data storage outsourcers.