“A chain is only as strong as its weakest link” is a common term heard around IT security talk, but the unpleasant truth is weak links in the security chain are frequently overlooked. Until they are exploited. Credit card skimmers on ATMs and gas pumps are so successful because they appear to have no user vulnerability, and so commonplace they are potential risks are ignored.
Spending on information security is expected to reach $124 billion this year. Yet it seems every technology vendor is trying to make documents more accessible and more portable for the sake of greater productivity.
Welcome to part two of our six-part series that will take readers on a journey through the latest concepts in multichannel document capture and intelligent OCR, with an emphasis on how AI has transformed what’s possible in making your documents and data work for you – and not against you.
In recent years, the software robot revolution has shown how robotic process automation (RPA) unlocks the value of electronic data previously trapped in internal and external systems to make it easily accessible, manageable and useable. It has also proven to be a valuable digital coworker to human employees in streamlining operations and expediting key business activities that serve customers.
As organizations roll out their robotic process automation (RPA) initiatives, they frequently encounter efficiency challenges with receiving and processing documents and the information contained in them.
Congratulations, you’ve made it to the final installment of our six-part blog series on how information capture can revolutionize your document and data processing. This series wouldn’t be complete without some discussion of where information capture is headed.