You may have heard of a new ransomware attack that has occurred in Europe and the UK, however it is quickly spreading around the globe. Here's how you can protect your computer and business.Read More
We have recently published a case study about the M-Files document management solution work we undertook with South Australian food manufacturer, Mitani.
Mitani faced such challenges as arduous traceability and compliance procedures impacting quality control and risk management.
Advance took the time to understand Mitani processes and highlighted how an ECM system could digitise information management and streamline business processes, while providing quick access to information.Read More
We are proud to be new members of industry group, Food South Australia.
Food South Australia was established in 2010, and is the State's peak industry body, dedicated to supporting South Australia's local food industry. It aims to grow value and opportunities for members and industry through key services and programs.Read More
Last week our Managing Director, John-Paul Della-Putta, presented to the Chartered Accountants Australia + New Zealand organisation in Adelaide, on the topic of Big Data and the Future of Business Analytics as part of their popular Building Knowledge series.
With just over 70 people in attendance, the vast majority were chartered accountants working in commercial businesses, where big data and how to apply analytics in a business is a fast growing hot topic.
Many businesses have access to a multitude of data, many are collecting it, but most still don't know what to do with it, or where to start.
John-Paul's presentation provided a helpful overview of Big Data:
In September, M-Files surveyed 250 UK-based IT decision makers within a wide range of organisations. The intent was to have them self-assess regarding their information management and information security challenges. We’ll be releasing the full results soon—but in the meantime here are some interesting highlights.
Staff Can’t Find the Information They Need
Of the respondents surveyed, just under 36% find it quick and easy to find the documents and information they require. Which means that a staggering 64% of decision makers experience problems when searching for company information.
Their three biggest difficulties are:
- Information is saved in the incorrect folder or system
- Different versions of files are saved in multiple folders or systems
- Documents are not named correctly