We’ve been in the document business a long time. A really long time. While it’s true that IT staff often view documents as bits and bytes to be stored, archived, recovered, indexed and searched, (all very important things!), it’s our experience that … Read More
Find it quickly and accurately!
The clock was ticking. Like many parents, I was up against the clock as I prepared dinner for my family. The night before, we had feasted on grilled pork tenderloin and had enough left to serve an entire second meal; … Read More
Information Governance and Migration
I started dabbling with personal computers in the mid 80’s . I had worked with terminals on a mainframe, but the idea of having my own machine with storage was amazing to me. I started with an Atari 520ST…an amazing … Read More
Migrating documents? Plan with the long view in mind.
When I was 8 years old, my parents decided it was time for me to take piano lessons. I grew up in a musical family, and they recognized that I probably had enough talent to make it worth the investment. … Read More
The OPIN Way – How We Do Things
Years ago my wife and I lived in Southern California, and we loved it. We were enamored with the mountains, the ocean and, of course, the weather. It was a wonderful place to spend our first few years of marriage. As newlyweds, … Read More
Stakeholders, Content Management and Paint
My wife loves to paint. No, our house isn’t filled with paintings of fresh bowls of fruit or peaceful landscapes. She doesn’t paint canvas. My wife paints walls. She likes to surround herself with color. Colors that make her feel … Read More
Tell the Story – With Stories!
My wife and I first moved to Indiana in early spring, one of the most beautiful seasons in the Hoosier State. After a few weeks of cold and rain, our neighborhood was awash in the rich greens of lush grass and … Read More
Is Legacy Mainframe Modernization Right For Your Company?
I was 23 years old before I saw my first computer. At first glance, the machine was quite intimidating. My trainer explained all the cryptic commands I needed to learn, how a single mistake could erase hours of work, and … Read More
Organize Your Key Content – Like Cleaning Your Garage!
I love a clean, organized garage. That being said, I seem to be incapable of keeping it clean. With bikes, cars, tools, storage, shelving and all manner of miscellaneous stuff needing a home, the garage becomes the inevitable repository. The result is … Read More
How to resolve PII & PHI issues when you distribute reports
When you’re reviewing important reports, keeping the information in them 100 percent secure might not be at the top of your list. That’s not to say client or patient privacy isn’t important to you. Of course it is. But on a … Read More