Content Management


What We Now Know are the Negative Effects of Work from Home

Back when COVID-19 triggered a massive exodus for workers from the office to their homes, many organizations found a silver lining to the disruption. They found out what their mettle was made of. They found resilience. Working from home was all the rage. I personally read article after article glorifying the new normal of remote work — and it certainly does have its upside. At the beginning of the pandemic, many companies were concerned that remote working would be damaging to productivity.


The Journey to 7X Search Performance Improvement

Egnyte is used by our customers as a unified platform to govern and secure billions of files everywhere. As the amount of data stored is huge, customers want to search their dataset by metadata attributes like name, user, comments, custom metadata, and many more, including the possibility to find files by content keywords. Taking all of that into consideration, we needed to provide a solution that is able to find relevant content in a fast and accurate way.


4 Ways to Boost User Adoption of Your Information Management System

Change is certainly tough on any organization — the scope, scale or specific nature of that change doesn’t actually matter. Some changes are major — like with digital transformation initiatives. When an organization decides that they are investing in a new information management system, for example, it can represent a change to the fundamental way people work — a positive change, but one that requires an adjustment, nonetheless.


Cloud Content Governance: Egnyte's Data Security Framework

Are our systems secure? Is our valuable content safe? These are tough questions to tackle when news headlines regularly bombard us with messages of cyberattacks and security breaches. Centrify, a zero-trust and privileged access management provider, reported that 71 percent of business decision-makers are concerned that the move to remote working creates a significant increase in the risk of cyberattacks.


3 Weak Spots Where Your Information Governance Breaks Down

To say that information governance is critical in the fast-paced digital era that we’re currently living in is probably a little bit of an understatement. Every day, businesses are creating countless volumes of data that contain the insight necessary to guarantee success for the next five, ten or even twenty years of that organization’s existence.


How to Safely Collect and Store Patient Data

With telemedicine, cloud storage, and electronic record-keeping on the rise, patient data has found itself a common target for hackers. As a result, healthcare organizations must adapt and become even more diligent in their protection of sensitive patient and financial data. Fortunately, the right technology and protocols can minimize your risk of attack and help keep your patient data secure. This post covers the most important security factors for collecting and storing patient information.


What is a Document Management System? And Why is it Useful?

What is a document management system? Put simply, a document management system is an automated business software solution used to organize, secure, store, capture, digitize, and tag business files. Many document management systems extend beyond basic functionality to include document-related workflows.


A Simple 5-Step Process to Ensure Compliance Among a Mountain of Documents: The LIBOR Transition Use Case

At first, this may seem like an esoteric article aimed only at a financial services audience that deals in arcane concepts like shifting bank rates, currency exchange markets, and the LIBOR transition. But bear with me, here. What you’ll find is that the way financial sector companies can manage a voluminous and complex body of contracts and documents is applicable across the board for other document-related compliance triage.

Press F1 for Content Sensitive Help in M-Files | Intelligent Information Management System

You can access the help documentation anytime M-Files is active by pressing the F1 key on your keyboard. Opening the user guide via F1 adds the advantage of directly accessing a topic that is related to what you are doing at the moment in M-Files.