Here’s a conversation I have quite often with CIOs and IT managers, not to mention ECM industry people. It usually starts like this: ME: Does your ECM system support PDF documents? CIO: Of course our ECM system supports PDF! I look at PDFs on it everyday! Just about everything in the system is a PDF! That’s always good to know. OK, so then I ask… ME: So, you know how you can add notes to…
I’ve been tracking the relative popularity of electronic document file-formats for several years – here’s the February 2014 survey. Along the way I’ve noticed that the .com domain (and at… 98% of .com is HTML but 38% of .gov is PDF!
Leading the push for development of an archival variant of PDF over the past 15 years, the many US Courts organizations have document management challenges that most of us don’t… Electronic Documents – What Matters to the US Government
This post is an update to my twice-annual (approximately) track of document file-format popularity as measured by way of Google’s “filetype:” search. Here’s the previous survey, posted in January, 2013.… The 8 most popular document formats on the web
Most electronic documents are PDF files. The problem – not all PDF files are created equal. Not all software does the right thing when editing a PDF file. Bad PDF… Are your documents readable? How would you know?
The FY 2012 Small Business Award at Oak Ridge National Laboratory was awarded to a company who used PDF to revolutionize contracts management for one of the nation’s premiere research… PDF does ECM at Oak Ridge National Laboratory
SUMMARY: EDMS/ECM systems are stuffed with PDF files but treat them as functionally equivalent to TIFF images. As a consequence, customers are accepting inefficiencies and missing out on the power of PDF. A… What’s Under the Rock? PDF in Document Management