Here at Crawford Technologies we are gearing up for Graph Expo 14, to be held the last week of September. This year’s show is an exciting problem-solving adventure designed to help you make informed purchasing decisions. Aside from what you’ll learn exploring the expansive show floor and networking with industry professionals, you can choose from 50+ educational sessions to gain real “take-home” value that you will put to use as soon as you return to the office.
Recently CrawfordTech, in partnership with AIIM the global community for information professionals, conducted a market survey into customer communications archiving practices. The survey had 226 respondents from North America and Western Europe from a range of sectors including government, banking, insurance, telco/media/utilities and healthcare. Essentially the survey provides an insight into the trends affecting customer communication archiving.
Last month we posted our June recap of our Paper.li postings (make sure to follow us on Twitter for our regular Paper.li annoucnements!). I wanted to continue this recap so you don’t miss all the great articles that were posted on the Crawford Paper.li in the month of July. There were several great topics such as sharing branded videos, hype cycles, corporate social responsibility and the best apps for summer travel. Just a few of these topics can be seen in these articles listed below….
Recently Gartner, the global information technology research and advisory firm, produced a new “Magic Quadrant for Structured Data Archiving and Application Retirement”. This Magic Quadrant identifies a new market segment for solutions that deals with ageing applications and data they contain. As Gartner says “Structured data archiving applications help retire legacy applications, reduce costs, and meet governance and compliance requirements.”
Gartner’s report is a great place to learn about the trends and technologies involved in structured data archiving and application retirement. It also highlights some of the vendor offerings that are becoming increasingly important to this field.
Recently, CrawfordTech in partnership with AIIM, the global community for information professionals, conducted a market survey into customer communications archiving practices. The survey had 226 respondents from North America and Western Europe and from a range of sectors including government, banking, insurance, telco/media/utilities (TMU) and healthcare. Essentially, the survey provides an insight into the trends affecting customer communication archiving.