By Jack Arnston | September 9, 2017 | 0 Comments

The best part of having a garden is reaping the rewards of your harvest this time of year. For my family, this includes essentials for making homemade Salsa, which means lots of tomatoes, green peppers and jalapenos. Getting the right ingredients is only part of the equation, you also need to have the right recipe, Read More …

By Jack Arnston | August 9, 2017 | 0 Comments

Finding an effective way to enter information into your document management system has been an issue since the inception of the paper scanner. Early on, people searched for a way to streamline the process of scanning and indexing paper documents. Today, however, it is far more reaching than just scanning paper, although for many the Read More …

By Jack Arnston | August 1, 2017 | 0 Comments

One of the most difficult decisions that I can make is selecting the proper software for my company. No matter how much due diligence you seem to put into the decision, you never know for certain that the software you selected is right for you until you begin to use it. Let’s face it, software Read More …

By Jack Arnston | July 26, 2017 | 0 Comments

If you are a gardener like me, you know that this time of year is all about maintenance. Weeding out undesirable plants from overtaking your garden will provide dividends in a few more weeks as bountiful harvests await. The same can be said about and the documents that are stored in your company.   Most Read More …

By Jack Arnston | July 18, 2017 | 0 Comments

This past Saturday I experienced a Jimmy Buffett concert at historic Wrigley Field. Not only was the concert everything you would expect if you are a Parrot Head, but it also showcased arguably the most iconic baseball park in the country. The summer night temperatures were perfect, and the view of the outlying buildings spectacular; Read More …

By Jack Arnston | July 11, 2017 | 0 Comments

It’s that time again, to plan a summer vacation. Ahh, that time away from work when we refresh out batteries and enjoy life. But before we begin there is always planning to be done. You start by deciding on the destination, accommodations and itinerary. Next, it is time to create a check list of things Read More …

By Jack Arnston | June 30, 2017 | 0 Comments

Happy Fourth of July! The day we declared our independence from paper. Well, that’s my version of the story. If you have missed the revolution of eliminating paper and improving your processes, it is not too late.  Just as the Louisiana Purchase was a great deal for the United States to expand our nation’s boundaries, Read More …

By Jack Arnston | June 23, 2017 | 0 Comments

Have you heard the latest buzz, Enterprise Content Management (ECM) is dead? Last December, Gartner announced that it was retiring the term ECM and replacing it with “Content Services.” Not to be left out, Forrester took things a bit further by dividing the market into two areas: Transactional Content Services and Business Content Services, for Read More …

By Jack Arnston | June 16, 2017 | 0 Comments

Here in the upper Midwest, it’s that time of year where we are past the threat of frost, which means it’s time to plant our gardens. The process of preparing the soil, planting the seeds and plants, watering, fertilizing and weeding, will pay dividends in a couple of months. As we harvest fresh vegetables and Read More …

By Jack Arnston | June 6, 2017 | 0 Comments

Remember when you were a kid and did something wrong, got caught, and used the excuse, “I did it because my friends did it”? And remember the reply you got from your parents? “If all your friends jumped off a bridge would you jump too?” Well today it seems as if everyone is automating their Read More …