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Oce News & Analysis

How Effective is Your Records Management Program?

What if there was a known winning formula for implementing and executing records management? A recent report by Océ Business Services, who surveyed approximately 372 records managers and executives responsible for document management processes on how their organizations are using records management to drive success indicates there is one. Here's a look.

Document Mgt Roll-up: Alfresco Gets Social, ZL Gives Archiving to IBMs Lotus Notes

Busy week here in the document management mines. Alfresco made its document management software social, LibreOffice continued to expand its reach by adding portable functionality, Xerox bought some new document collaboration software with WaterWare and Oce took a look at the benefits of document imaging.

Document Mgt Roll-up: Xerox Previews Document Reviewer Software, Oce Expands MPS Portfolio

It may have been the Christmas season, but in the document management world the clock continued ticking. In addition to a couple of acquisitions worth noting, Xerox gave us a glimpse of its ‘smart’ document review software, Oce expanded its MPS portfolio and Adeptol expanded the reach of its document viewer.

Lessons Learned from Real-Life Enterprise 2.0 Experiences

We're starting to see more organizations get interested in Enterprise 2.0. I interviewed three organizations on their E2.0 efforts and highlighted some of the common elements and lessons learned.

Document Management Roll-up: Microsoft Launches Facebook Docs, Google Bites Back

More this week about the ongoing Google Docs -- Microsoft Office tit-for-tat with the addition of Office 2010 capabilities to Facebook. Google shrugs it off and upgrades app for Outlook migration.

SMB Tech Roll Up: IBM Targets Small Biz, Xerox Buys IBS

Our new weekly column -- SMB Tech Roll Up -- provides you with news about the small and medium business sector, focusing on document management, collaboration and Enterprise 2.0 topics.

This week sees IBM promising more for SMBs, Xerox making moves on the European document management market,  IT managers facing new pressures to produce results and other interesting news from key SMB players.

Oc Business Services Delivers Tools for eDiscovery

oce_logo_2009.gif Headquartered in the Netherlands, Océ is one of the world’s leading providers of document management and printing for professionals. With more than 130 years of experience, the company has a proven track record of adapting to new technologies in order to stay relevant in a changing marketplace.

With more than 23,000 employees worldwide, Océ offers a variety of products from digital printers and scanners to eDiscovery and outsourcing solutions. New York City-based Océ Business Services, a strategic business unit of Océ, is a leading provider of document process management and electronic discovery.

Recently we spoke with Kenneth Neal, Director, Corporate Communications, Océ Business Services and Brad Perry, VP of Operations, EDD and Litigation Support, Business Services' Records, Compliance and Legal Solutions Division about ediscovery, document management and their recent naming to the Leaders Category of the IAOP Global Outsourcing 100.

Attorneys Struggle to Prepare for Legal Discovery

The prominence of eDiscovery in the last few weeks certainly highlights the growing need for all kinds of companies to prepare efficiently and sufficiently for legal discovery.

We first reported that legal costs were rising, because organizations were ill-prepared to manage the massive amounts of content being searched and analyzed.

Now, as it turns out, law firms are also pointing fingers at their unorganized clients — saying that not only are they unprepared, they don’t have any system is place to manage records or track documents.

Captaris Acquires Oce Document Technologies

Captaris acquires Oce Document Technologies

Captaris, Inc., a provider of software products that automate document-centric processes, has announced the completion of its acquisition of Oce Document Technologies GmbH (ODT), a company specializing in document capture, text recognition and document classification.

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