Before you start moving all of your precious content from one system to another, be sure you have a Governance Plan in place. In a number of migration engagements, we have met clients that have successfully migrated content, however, their Governance Plan was as real as a unicorn.Read More
Every organization has workflow. Some organizations have formalized and documented their processes so that every member of the organization understands how information should flow through the organization. These processes include business-critical processes like invoice processing, new-hire on boarding and I.T. provisioning. Documenting your process is an effective way of bringing consistency to how you do business, but it doesn’t necessarily ensure that your process is operating with efficiency. It’s important to understand what you can do to bring efficiency, consistency and automation to your business workflows.Read More
Our Director of Operations, @Ben Cox, discovered this “easter egg” in Outlook 2016 and thought it was pretty cool. So, we thought we’d share! Have you ever sent an email or meeting invite to a group of people with specific instructions to one of the recipients in the body of the message or meeting invite? You think to yourself… “Will they see that they are mentioned in the message? Will they see there is something that pertains to them specifically?”Read More
Office 365 continues to be updated with new features! We wanted to start a blog series to share features that were either “new” or “newly discovered” by members of the Kiefer team. Hopefully, this blog is helpful in assisting you in gaining a better understanding of the capabilities of Office 365.Read More
As the Falcons and Patriots take the field this weekend, it’s the team that exhibits the best teamwork that will prevail. Sure, there may be some individual contributors that may have some major influence on the outcome of the game… but there is no denying that teamwork will determine who wins and who loses the contest.
In August, California Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill to clarify how government agencies could accept signatures on documents electronically.
Brown signed Assembly A.B. 2296, which is designed to set clear standards around how state and local agencies can use both electronic and digital signatures. Read the articleRead More
A survey conducted by Gartner reports, “IT Infrastructure & Operations (I&O) represents approximately 60 percent of total IT spending worldwide, so with IT budgets remaining tight, it’s no wonder that I&O cost-cutting pressure continues to be intense”
Total litigation costs of the Fortune 500 is about $210 billion according to survey conducted by metrocorpcounsel.com.
Growing risk of Information theft and the ever changing business environment has increased litigation cases significantly.Read More