The remote working model offers much more freedom and flexibility to employees, allowing them to do their jobs practically anywhere in the world and at any time. But this is dependent on the ability to access documents. Digitalisation, involving the scanning and electronic storing of documents, has helped to make that possible.
Over the past year, Kefron has helped companies to move their office environments online and ensure that employees located at home can access information and documents. Read Paul Kearns’ interview with Business & Finance here.
As working from home is no doubt a reality for many and one that is likely here to stay, daily activities such as needing to check files and documentation is compromised and before you know it you are missing your filing cabinets. Join this webinar to learn how to access your information even when working from home.
It is no secret that transparency is an important part of any business’s operations, not least because of its critical role in good governance. So, when it comes to document and records management procedures, having a management system that fully satisfies regulations on transparency is key.
These days, remote work is more a necessity than a preference. Even if offices are closed or manned by a skeleton staff, the work still has to be done. With so many people working from home, businesses face different challenges but, even in the coronavirus crisis, Document Management doesn’t need to be affected.
Today’s working office is a place where technological and traditional methods are expected to work in harmony. Yet, some remain satisfied with paper documents in a filing cabinet. But the twin obligations of document management and data protection has made Cloud storage a necessity rather than a luxury.
Join us at our upcoming webinar to see how the Kefron DM portal has no pretentions and seamlessly puts users and information together painlessly out of the box, as a Single Window of Reference. This webinar is about the portal and its functionality.
Kefron Senior Information Management Consultant Stephen Mackey discusses why some people remain reluctant to go paperless, the consequences this may have on companies down the line and what the first steps towards change look like.