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December 15, 2017

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In a galaxy not so far away, users are avoiding using their ECM. For municipal governments, the reality of under-utilization of ECM is all too real. Users want to work how they work and don’t want to change their process to manage their documents.

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Are you ready for GDPR’s arrival?

November 21, 2017

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 How is your organization preparing for GDPR regulations? 79% of companies have no plan for GDPR[1]. With noncompliance penalties up to 4% of annual revenues, you can’t afford to marginalize privacy solutions. The reality is that half of all organizations will not be GDPR-compliant by the end of 2018[2]. With about 160 requirements, we consolidated the key information into a bite-size summary.

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Power to Disrupt: IBM Disruptive Innovation Forum 2017

November 17, 2017

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IBM invited Shinydocs to join experts and industry leaders in Toronto for the Disruptive Innovation Forum 2017. This event focused on how to tap into the power of data, artificial intelligence and cloud technologies to disrupt your competition and win for the next 20 years and beyond.

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Where is your Dark Data?

November 9, 2017

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According to IDC, the world is going to produce 180 trillion gigabytes of data in 2025.1 Even with all of the solutions available, most data lives outside of a managed solution. In fact, 85% of enterprise data is unmanaged or “dark.”

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Artificial Intelligence – It’s more than a buzzword

October 26, 2017

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On October 24th, Shinydocs hosted our most successful webinar “AI Automation to Make Documents Part of Your Big Data Strategy.” Shinydocs Cognitive is the most powerful A.I. powered document management solution. Here are the key takeaways from our webinar:

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Note from our VP on File Shares

October 5, 2017

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 Hi, Paul speaking.

 

On September 22, the article "Move your Shared Drives into ECM... Right Now!" by my colleague Sarah Todd was published, discussing methods to eliminate shared drives. I wanted to give my two cents. 

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Delivering $430 Billion in Gains

October 5, 2017

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According to a recent IDC study A.I. market revenues are expected to grow 487% within the next five years. Gartner has already identified Artificial Intelligence as a megatrend set to dominate the enterprise space, and this year alone sees companies looking to spend nearly $2.5 billion worldwide on A.I.

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Move your Shared Drives into ECM... Right Now!

October 5, 2017

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UPDATE Oct 5th, 2017: Check out my colleague Paul Kleinknecht's response: http://blog.shinydocs.com/note-from-our-vp-on-file-shares

 

If you appreciate and understand the need for information governance, you should hate your file shares. Users find them easy to use, but shared network drives and folders pose a major threat to data security and governance. Most organizations site operational efficiency as a top priority so the idea of executing on more workflows is compelling if not crucial. Having 85% of all corporate data sitting in file shares works directly against the concept of efficiency. The enterprise needs to find a way to understand and harness this data.

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Welcome to the Suite Life – Shinydrive Suite, That Is

September 19, 2017

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Shinydrive v1 is the best-selling OpenText Content Server 3rd party solution, but we know we can do more. It’s why we’ve launched Shinydrive v2. This solution allows desktop applications to capture enterprise content into data repositories, including Cloud Object Storage, OpenText™ Content Server, and Microsoft® SharePoint.

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We Put the BIG in Big Data

August 22, 2017

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Back in 2011, IBM pitted its Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) technology, Watson, against reigning Jeopardy champions Ken Jennings and Brad Rutter. To come out ahead of its human competitors, Watson’s win required 20 dedicated researchers, devoting 3 years of their lives, and the equivalent of 200 million pages of information.

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