Admittedly not a runner, I always found it amazing that the competitors who knocked over hurdles during a race could somehow gain their composure and ultimately be victorious. The process of tripping over a hurdle always seemed awkward, frustrating and disruptive to their rhythm. Similar

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Congratulations! You’ve finally made the decision to buy software that will improve your business efficiency and client experience. Upon exhaling from all the heavy lifting involved with that decision, you realize you have another tough call ahead of you. To SaaS or not to SaaS? SaaS (Software

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Last week, I had the privilege of attending my first “Cyber Security” conference. As Pete Ransom led the room in introductions, as well as the reason for our attendance, I couldn’t help but feel utterly out of place. The three gentlemen who introduced themselves before me were just a hair

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In 1947, a young Percy Spencer took radio wave frequencies and cooked food for the first time. Little would he know that this would be the tipping point of the human condition of instant gratification. No longer did we have to wait hours for a warm meal to be prepared. Now within a matter of

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Even though the landscape of college admissions has changed greatly since I graduated college, the goal for the admissions is still the same: identify the best fit applicants. But now, institutions of all sizes are met with increased competition for students while also dealing with a 64% increase

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So, in a previous life before working here at FileSolve, I was implementing software for a large state government project. As I was installing software, I needed to assign ODBC ports to the server so that the application server could communicate to the database server. I noticed something odd.

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ECM 101
 

Keeping up with the latest business acronyms can be a full time job. More than once, I have found myself Googling an unfamiliar term on my smart phone under the conference room table. Case in point, ECM stands for Enterprise Content Management. Sounds good, but is it really a new concept? The

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I visited my father this morning. He is an independent insurance agent and works out of his home office in the basement of his house. Being the “computer guy” that I am (or so he thinks I am), I am the first call when he cannot open an attachment, print a PDF, or has Wi-Fi issues. So, as I

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— News Release — CHARLOTTE, NC – April 28, 2015 – Enterprise Content Management provider FileSolve, a division of Patterson Pope, and Hyland, creator of OnBase, are partnering to bring Enterprise Content Management Solutions to the Southeast and Midwest. Hyland is one of the

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Some inventions are timeless. The first microwave oven was sold in the U.S. in 1955 by the Tappan Corporation and revolutionized the cooking process. That early Radarange stood nearly 6 feet tall and weighed about 750 pounds. At a starting price of $1,295 per oven, it was cost prohibitive for a

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