Supplier News

  1. Online Archiving Of Fixed Content: Easy Access And Long-Term Storage For Data
    3/8/2007
    Unlike in the private sector, government entities have always had the duty, if not the legal requirement, to save many files, digital or otherwise, with a timeline stretching perhaps forever. With the compounding effect of data growth, it has been nearly impossible to keep all but the most current data online. The default medium for archive was always tape, and to a lesser extent, offline optical storage
  2. eGov And Transformation — The Pillars Of Document Capture
    3/8/2007
    Historically, government service delivery and processes have been manually intensive and relied heavily on paper documents and forms. Over the past 10 years, government agencies have looked to information technology to speed service delivery, automate manual processes, and save costs. These initiatives often are referred to as transformation or eGovernment
  3. Data Encryption: Protecting Information With Unbreakable Codes
    3/8/2007
    Protecting data is fast becoming a high-profile issue for all U.S. organizations, agencies, and corporations. Well-publicized data breaches at federal agencies and organizations have drained agency credibility — and raised concerns in Congress and beyond. Data breaches at the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), Los Alamos National Labs, Department of Education, and many more organizations have been making headlines
  4. DoD Compliance: RFID, UID, And Wide Area Workflow
    3/8/2007
    RFID (radio frequency identification) is a technology that is being applied to the DoD supply chain for a simple reason: no human intervention is needed to identify a product moving through an RFID-enabled gate in the supply chain. The license plate information of the product is encoded in an RFID chip that can then be read when a tag moves through that gate. The RFID technology used for the pallet marking initiative at the DoD is a passive technology that is being adopted not only in the DoD supply chain but in the retail supply chain as well. Both the retail and DoD initiatives share the Electronic Product Code (EPC) Gen 2 standard (designed by EPCglobal, Inc.), which guarantees that each tag is unique
  5. Advantages Of Clustered Storage Architecture
    3/8/2007
    Data storage in the surveillance world is undergoing a major revolution. With an increased focus on capturing and managing digital information, some of the old methods of storing and archiving video footage can no longer address new business requirements. While storing information is an essential part of the overall solution, it is very expensive and, therefore, important to make sure that it delivers both short-term and long-term value.
  6. First-Rate Patient Service With Automated Medical Records Management
    2/12/2007
    Because of Optical Image Technology, Inc., and the DocFinity suite of electronic document management software, patient records are no longer lost or misplaced. Improved efficiency of the records department is saving time and storage space, and allowing the hospitals to automatically comply with retention law. Submitted by Optical Image Technology
  7. Improve Slow Review And Approval Process With Document Management Solution
    2/12/2007
    After implementing Optical Image Technology's DocFinity® suite of document management software, people no longer need to wait for weeks to access proposals. The plans are scanned, indexed, and made available on the web site within days of their arrival in the Planning office and this means that the public and statutory agencies have more time to view them and input their comments. Submitted by Optical Image Technology
  8. Save Time, Money, And Frustration With DocFinity Electronic Document Management
    2/12/2007
    The DocFinity suite from Optical Image Technology, Inc. (OIT), an industry-leading electronic document management (EDM) system that offers robust functionality and scalability at a very competitive price, was able to provide SCASD with a solution that saved time, money, and frustration. Submitted by Optical Image Technology
  9. Companion Property And Casualty: Delivering Claims ''Care Packages'' Quickly
    2/8/2007
    The main goal of Companion was to create a digital mailroom coupled with a powerful workflow engine to move information effectively from beginning to end. This meant that the company would need to transform all of its paper and other forms of incoming information into digital form before any of it was sent to the intended individual or processed in any way. Submitted by Optical Image Technology
  10. Idaho Transportation Department Collects And Reports Data Using Wireless Technology
    1/19/2007
    In March 2005 the Idaho Transportation Department (ITD) launched a PDA pilot program that would help the agency achieve enterprise application integration. ITD's managers broke new ground by introducing PDAs and specialized software from MobileDataforce to field inspectors that would help achieve the agency's goal of implementing programs that use the latest technological advancements. The program provides mobile hardware and software to ITD's Maintenance Section to facilitate the collection and distribution of data on the maintenance of rest areas across the State's six regional districts. Submitted by MobileDataforce