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10 questions to ask when evaluating information management solutions

first_img 35SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Michelle Harbinak Shapiro Michelle Shapiro has more than a 15 years of experience in the banking industry to her role as Financial Services Industry Expert at Hyland Software. Her mission is to share … Web: www.onbase.com Details As your credit union membership and loan portfolios continue to grow, information assets are increasing and becoming more complex to retain, manage and obey compliance standards. Can your existing information management system continue to support your growth while providing superior member service? Enterprise information management, also commonly referred to as enterprise content management (ECM), centralizes your important business content in one secure location, and then delivers your relevant information to you when you need it, wherever you are. The right solution allows your credit union to take control of its documents and member information in a secure environment. However, like any important technology purchasing decisions, you need to do your due diligence. You should be confident that the decision you make now is also the right decision for the future and that the total cost of ownership (TCO) meets your expectations. So, where do you begin? How do you find the right solution that will meet your needs now and in the future? Here’s a list of ten questions to ask your potential technology partners.How many documents can your solution import per hour with “import tools”?Does your solution convert documents to a propriety format or do users view them in their native formats?How many items can we store in your database?Does your solution allow users to fix a potential misread in the capture process or do they need to navigate to a different area then go back into capture?Does your capture workflow logic work in conjunction with your business process automation workflow logic?How do you integrate with other systems?Can we leverage your information management solution throughout our enterprise?How do I build and design workflows?How do you perform upgrades?How frequently do you release new/upgraded software?Armed with the answers to these important questions, you’re ready to make a more informed decision to meet your needs today and in the future.  last_img read more

IPPO sends additional cops to Alimodian, Bingawan

first_img“Lahat na areas na may ECQ magpapadala tayo ng tao para mag-augment kasi nagpapatupad tayo ng strict entry and exit inspections sa borders,” said Lucas./PN ILOILO – The Iloilo Police Provincial Office (IPPO) deployed 10 more police personnel to the municipality of Alimodian to help enforce quarantine measures. Six health workers there tested positive for the virus. The ECQ was supposed to end on July 15 but Alonsabe opted to extend it after another 10 persons tested positive for the disease. “We deployed 10 more personnel to Alimodian on July 15 to augment our 38 policemen sent there on June 29. We pulled some of our men from the IPPO headquarters, the Regional Public Safety Battalion and Special Weapons and Tactics,” Lucas said. Lucas said he also deployed 10 cops to the town of Bingawan since it was also placed under ECQ.  Twenty-four persons were recently confirmed to have contracted the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) there. Just this June 29, IPPO director Police Colonel Paul Kenneth Lucas deployed 38 police personnel to Alimodian after Mayor Geofree Alonsabe placed his town under an enhanced community quarantine (ECQ). Fourteen rural health workers tested positive for SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. All the Alimodian COVID-19 patients were being isolated at the town’s quarantine facility.last_img read more

Earthquake Rattles Parts of Eastern, Southern U.S.

first_imgAccording to reports from the US Geological Survey, the quake could be felt in areas including as far north as Lynchburg, Virginia; as far south as Atlanta, Georgia; as far east as Greenville and as far west as Nashville, Tennessee.There are no reports of any damage.This is a developing story. An earthquake rattled parts of the eastern U.S., near the Virginia/North Carolina line, Sunday morning.It happened at 8:05 a.m.The quake measured as a 5.1 magnitude on the richter scale.The depth of the quake is measured at 3.7 km, or roughly two miles.Just In: 5.1 magnitude #earthquake hits North Carolina Sunday morning: https://t.co/TK2cTWgVHi pic.twitter.com/t6SiulvX5H— The Weather Channel (@weatherchannel) August 9, 2020last_img

Disney World Debuts Skyliner Gondolas

first_imgThis weekend, Walt Disney World is introducing a new way to get around its resort district — an aerial tram system that takes visitors from the hotels to the theme parks at 11 mph.Disney Skyliner gondolas begin operation on Sunday.The 300 enclosed gondola cabins are joining a transportation fleet that includes 423 buses, 61 mini-vans called “Minnie Vans,”, 30 parking lot trams, 29 watercraft, and 12 monorail trains.Guests now have the ability to go between Epcot and Disney’s Hollywood Studios, and to these hotels:Art of Animation ResortCaribbean Beach ResortPop Century ResortRiviera Resort (scheduled to open in December 2019)The gondolas are also themed with various Disney characters.To mark the occasion, Disney is selling a variety of Skyliner merchandise.last_img

Many obstacles stand in Rice’s path to a comeback

first_imgIn this Aug. 7, 2014, file photo, Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice sits on the sideline in the first half of an NFL preseason football game against the San Francisco 49ers in Baltimore. (AP Photo/Nick Wass, File)It’s an enduring fact of life in the NFL: If a player has talent, a team will find a place for him, no matter how bad his off-the-field profile might be.Ray Rice is putting that maxim to the test, as much for the deed he did as the fact that it was documented in a stomach-turning video that will be available forever.After suspending him indefinitely, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell left the door open for Rice’s return, telling CBS, “We would have to make sure that we are fully confident that he is addressing this issue. Clearly, he has paid a price for the actions that he has already taken.”Second chances are nothing new in the NFL. The most notable recent case involved Michael Vick’s return after serving what amounted to a two-year suspension for running a dogfighting ring — a crime for which he served 18 months in prison.There was no video evidence in the Vick case as visceral and direct as what’s available at the click of a button in Rice’s case.That, along with the obvious — Vick was torturing dogs while Rice landed a punch to his fiancee’s face — are the key differences that will make Rice’s road back that much more difficult, says crisis-management expert Jonathan Bernstein.Bernstein says any thoughts Rice is giving to rehabilitating his public image should be focused on things outside the football field.“I’d say, you go deep under cover, stay out of the public eye,” Bernstein said. “Let it be known through other people what you’re doing to rehabilitate your behavior, then, ultimately, start getting involved in charitable things and other do-good efforts to show you care about this issue.”Time does allow people to forgive and forget, Bernstein says. But he adds that it is hard to imagine any team signing a player whose reputation is forever sullied by a video that will show up every time his name is typed in on Google.“There have been examples of people who committed a violent crime and got away with it at a time when the public could hear the allegation but not see the blatant evidence,” Bernstein said. “That’s not the case here, and you can’t put that cat back in the bag.”Bernstein said he was stunned Goodell hadn’t completely shut the door on Rice. “After everything that has happened, that’s insane. It calls into question his entire credibility as a representative for the NFL,” he said.The commissioner’s credibility gap has only grown since he made that statement, most notably after The Associated Press reported a league official had been provided the Rice video back in April, which countered Goodell’s statement that the NFL asked for but had not received it.The league responded to that news by putting former FBI director Robert S. Mueller III in charge of an investigation into the league’s handling of the case.Attorney Harvey Steinberg, who has represented numerous NFL players in cases against the league, believes the NFL’s lack of credibility leaves an opening for Rice, who could argue he’s been dealt with arbitrarily. First, Rice was given a two-game suspension. Then, the NFL created a new policy that called for a six-game suspension for first-time domestic violence offenders. Then, Goodell suspended Rice indefinitely, even though that wasn’t an option spelled out under the new policy.“Obviously, Ray Rice is a pariah and it’s easy for the NFL to dump on a pariah,” Steinberg said. “It’s much more difficult for them to stand up and say, ‘Look, we made a decision based on the facts. The only thing that’s different is, now there’s a video that’s problematic, graphic and abhorrent, but it simply confirms what we already knew, so we have to stand by our decision.’ That’s what I’m concerned about.”If Rice were to be cleared, there’s also the matter — trivial as it may seem in the light of his transgression — of whether he can still play.He is 27 — on the old side for a running back in a league that doesn’t value that position as much anymore — and his 2013 rushing numbers (660 yards) were about 40 percent lower than in 2012.It shouldn’t matter but it almost certainly does in a league that welcomes back Vick, a league that still hasn’t shut the door on Richie Incognito, the offensive lineman suspended last season for bullying a teammate while in Miami. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers gave him a tryout last month.Vick, now playing for the Jets after making his initial comeback with the Eagles, said almost everyone deserves a second chance, including Rice.“But there’s going to be a grace period and we all just have to sit back and reflect on what’s been done,” Vick said.But his opinion is hardly unanimous. In addition to deciding whether they want to deal with the public-relations backlash that would come with signing Rice, an NFL team would have to make a judgment on whether Rice’s presence would tear apart a locker room.“I don’t think there’s any place for him,” said Broncos defensive tackle Terrance Knighton, a vociferous critic of Rice’s as soon as the video came out. “I wouldn’t want him to play on this team. I wouldn’t talk to him. I wouldn’t speak to him. I wouldn’t engage anything with him off the field. That’s just something I strongly believe in.”___AP Sports Writer Pat Graham in Denver and Dennis Waszak Jr., in New York contributed to this report.last_img read more