Looking to switch over to SaaS? You’re not alone. Current estimates place SaaS market growth at an annual rate of around 21.2% during 2018-23, with providers offering increasingly sophisticated SaaS applications in all sectors from retail to healthcare and education. Currently, the BFSI (banking, financial services and insurance) sector is dominating the SaaS market share.
To understand exactly what is a Document Management System (DMS) and what is a Digital Asset Management (DAM) solution, it’s important to remember that for years the file cabinet was an essential piece of office technology. Every office needed one to organize and store its paper files securely. The bigger the office, the more file cabinets you needed.
Would you spend more than $7,500 to buy a coffee maker? Or $435 on a hammer? Or $600 on a toilet seat? Probably not. But what if you worked for a company that sold items like those and you had a customer who was so desperate or disorganized that they'd pay those grossly inflated prices? What would stop you from making the sale other than your conscience?
It’s easy to forget that there is still a role – and likely will be in the future – for on-premise IT infrastructure. The traditional method of downloading or installing software on a computer or server is certainly more time and resource consuming compared to SaaS’s direct software delivery via the internet - to name but one limitation. However, there are some valuable aspects to on-premise that still hold up despite all that the cloud offers. In this article, we’re going to look at on-premise, SaaS cloud, and hybrid solutions for document creation and template management and investigate the value of each.
User provisioning is perhaps a lesser-known yet time and money-saving business-wide strategy, with benefits including boosting brand integrity to increasing collaboration in the workforce. Sounds great, right? But, what is user provisioning and how does it really impact businesses?
Rewind to the 90s and office politics around enterprise technology were simple. Technology was the remit of the IT department, just as customer experience - from the brand to communications, was the work of a CMO. Meaning, if the marketing team needed tech to support their activities they’d go to the CIO who would then get the software they needed and ensure it was fully compatible with the company’s existing infrastructure.
Despite the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) being a European Union regulation on data protection, increasing numbers of major US companies are also starting to follow the GDPRs more stringent privacy standards. When the Cambridge Analytica scandal dominated international headlines, it was clear that data protection would no longer be considered an abstract legal theorem. This article examines why GDPR compliance US-side is catching on and how the future of data protection standards is likely to develop.
Although it has been around for a while, single sign-on allows users access to a company's web properties with only one set of credentials. This helps to eliminate password fatigue, it helps to improve the user experience and simplifies password management.
This article outlines the problems associated with Shadow IT in enterprises during and after cloud-migration. We describe the negative impact shadow IT has on your IT security and productivity, thus reducing the value of a company’s investment in the cloud. Learn how your IT change management processes and Templafy can effectively combat shadow IT, provide a positive employee experience, and maximize investment in cloud migration.