Document Management

A Document Management System (DMS) is a computer system (or set of computer programs) used to track and store electronic documents and/or images of paper documents. Document management systems commonly provide storage, versioning, metadata, security, as well as indexing and retrieval capabilities. The term has some overlap with the concepts of Content Management Systems and is often viewed as a component of Enterprise Content Management Systems and related to Digital Asset Management.
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White Paper Published By: Castelle     Published Date: Nov 01, 2006
Computer-based, network fax servers offer a high quality, low maintenance enterprise fax solution, well-suited for organizations involved in fax-intensive industries. From first-rate administration and development tools to comprehensive integration with existing network resources, fax servers can accelerate document processing and turnaround time while reducing communication costs.
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ip faxing, faxing, enterprise faxing, ip networks, document management
    
Castelle
White Paper Published By: Castelle     Published Date: Nov 01, 2006
Easily implemented and integrated with electronic medical record systems, network fax servers can play a valuable role in supporting HIPAA objectives, offering a standardized, enterprise-wide faxing solution, and helping to maintain a high standard of security, efficiency and organization.
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hipaa compliance, ip faxing, ip networks, records management, information management
    
Castelle
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