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5 signs you have outgrown your archive solution

Even if you don't have a Business Output Archiving Strategy. Or ever wanted one. It might be time to reconsider.
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What's the best way to find a document?

"Ask, and it will be given you. Seek, and you will find. Knock, and it will be opened for you.” Gospel of Matthew in the New Testament
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Embedded, integrated, or stand-alone archive?

This blog entry is the direct result of debates around a solution for a potential new client. But it is equally relevant for anyone using or contemplating a business archive.
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Java is dead. Long live Java.

Have you heard it? "Java is a threat to your IT security, and generates all sorts of problems every time Oracle releases a new version"
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Smart Process Applications vs. Office tools

“Why would we need a Smart Process Application when we have Excel, Access databases, and emails?”
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Smart Process Applications vs. tailored

"Why would we need a Smart Process Application when we have a business application tailored 100% to our needs?"
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BPMN, what's it to us?
(Part 3 of 3)

BPMN (Business Process Model and Notation) is "the new black” at Multi Support. In this third and final in a series of posts I’ll share with you how some of our clients have already embraced BPMN.
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BPMN, what's it to us?
(Part 2 of 3)

Going all in with BPMN (Business Process Model and Notation). In this second in a series of posts I’ll share with you some of the opportunities, challenges, and changes this decision has brought upon us.
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BPMN, what's it to us?
(Part 1 of 3)

In Multi Support we’ve decided to go all in with BPMN (Business Process Model and Notation). In a series of posts I’ll try to illustrate what we are doing. And to motivate why we consider it a wise strategic decision, and finally why we believe it might be important to you.
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Multiple languages in Next 
document and process management

Multi-Support Next is used all over the world. For most of our end-users it is important to work with the solution in either their own native language, or at least in the chosen corporate language.
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