As technology continues to advance throughout government organizations across the nation, we are continuously approached with obstacles for court professionals to overcome. Let’s address these barriers courts face when considering an automated redaction solution.
If you answered George Washington, you are correct. President Washington signed the Judiciary Act of 1789 establishing the federal court system, and only days later proclaimed November 26, 1789 as a “day of public thanksgiving and prayer.” The actual holiday we celebrate today was proclaimed by Abraham Lincoln during the Civil War in 1863. A lot has changed since the Pilgrims and Wampanoag Indians first Thanksgiving more than 400 years ago. There was no turkey, potatoes, or pumpkin pie on the original menu, no NFL football or holiday shopping.
Automated Document Classification is defined based on your business requirements and documents. Documents may be classified according to subjects or based on other attributes such as; document type, author, printing year, etc.
Once these classifications are defined, documents stored in an assigned repository or arriving by fax, e-mail or via an upstream workflow, are sent to an Automated Document Classification application.
Do you dream of walk-in, color-coded closets and labeled storage rooms? Okay, that may be a little too Type-A… but if you wish you could organize your daily responsibilities a little better, let me help. Here are a handful of practical tips, techniques and strategies for getting organized and taking control of your projects that work like a charm.
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Protecting sensitive information through redaction is gaining priority across all organizations. With regulations tightening and the growing need to publish reports online, there is more data requiring redaction. Search engines can even find information that is hidden from our eyes, requiring more attention to redacting private data. Manually identifying this sensitive information is a huge undertaking. This time-consuming task is costly with a margin of error too large for comfort.
As our workload continues to build and technology continues to advance, it may be time to analyze your current procedures to see if an advanced OCR solution is right for you. Applying such a solution can save valuable work hours, improve turnaround times, increase transcription accuracy and yield an exceptional ROI all while streamlining your workflow. Here are four signs that you should look into an advanced OCR software solution.
Each year millions of Americans are the victims of fraud or identity theft. In 1997 the Consumer Sentinel Network (CSN) was established to create a secure online database to track complaints filed with the FTC, state law enforcement agencies, and Federal agencies like the IRS and Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
The ultimate goal of your data entry process is to create an organized set of data, in a specified format, which can be easily accessed and utilized. The success of your organization in achieving this goal depends on the quality of your data entry process. Here is a list of Top 10 Best Practices that--if followed--can deliver an accuracy rate of 99% or higher from Invensis.net.
In my previous blog I talked about managing your workload, and one of the keys pieces to being able to do so is to prioritize what the most important projects are. But how are you supposed to prioritize projects when everything is a top priority? While working at a software company, I quickly realized that no matter how well organized the preparation – you always encounter surprises along the way requiring changes, and re-prioritization of tasks.