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  • What to Do with Legacy Software
    23 Jun 2016 Colin Graf

    What to Do with Legacy Software

    Are you running old, legacy software? If you’re the federal government, you are. According to CNN’s coverage of a new report, the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) found that the Pentagon is still using 1970s-era computing systems to run our nuclear program that requires 8-inch floppy disks. These disks are used to coordinate intercontinental ballistic […]

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  • Lockbox Best Practices Whitepaper
    07 Jun 2016 Colin Graf

    Lockbox Best Practices Whitepaper

    Even though the usage of paper checks as a payment system has plummeted in the U.S. from 40 billion transactions in 2000 to less than 20 billion during the last Triennial Federal Reserve Payments Study, that’s still 20 billion transactions that cause a lot of headaches. Paper checks account for 20-30% of remittances, particularly in […]

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  • Capture Software Comparison
    02 Jun 2016 Colin Graf

    Capture Software Comparison

    Document capture software is used to pull document images when scanned by either a multi-function peripheral (MFP, a.k.a. today’s copier) or a standalone document scanner. Capture software is now available in both software and cloud varieties, is priced pages per year or by concurrent user licensing, scans individual pages and/or batches of documents, and comes […]

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