Stories that mention Jamie Atherton
Automated information governance. Driving value, security and compliance
A key business goal is to maximise the value of information and make it easily accessible to the right people in the organisation at the right time.
Federated change is the best path to digital evolution
Businesses that can successfully manage the exponentially expanding masses of data produced by modern consumers will be the businesses that survive and prosper.
Government needs content services aligned for better customer experience
Organisations across all industries in the private sector have made significant progress in digital transformation. The public sector, however, has not always kept up with the pace.
Modernisation, and the evolution of content services
While the ECM platform remains a core part of the modern content services solution, there is now a much deeper, more interoperable technology ecosystem.
RPA and why close collaboration between software vendors and customers is crucial
RPA solutions don’t necessarily replace people or automate entire business processes; instead, they enhance the existing mechanism.
How low-code is helping curb technical sprawl
Low-code or rapid-application development (RAD) platforms are quickly becoming an organisation’s most valuable tool, writes Hyland country manager for ANZ Jamie Atherton.
Cloud services: Finding the right fit
Not every cloud services model works for every organisation, so it pays to be diligent and find the right fit, writes Hyland country manager for ANZ Jamie Atherton.
Work from anywhere – provisioning the new hybrid business model
All employees must be properly equipped to work in this next normal, with all content presented to them exactly as it was before the pandemic.
Advantages of moving to the cloud
There are several reasons why a move into the cloud makes sense for many businesses. Most notably: cost, technical burden, and operations.
Why a move to the cloud makes a whole lot of sense
The need for more flexible options is driving enterprise away from on-premises deployments to cloud-based technology, writes Hyland country manager for ANZ Jamie Atherton.
Video: 10 Minute IT Jams – Who is Hyland?
The content management provider has data centres in Australia and New Zealand that deliver cloud solutions to local customers.
Where content services fits in a shared services model – Hyland
The Shared Services model creates efficiencies by linking business units back to an internal organisation that creates, shares, stores and dispenses information.
Moving to a low-code content future - Hyland
What was once a case of ‘build once, update seldom’ has changed to the point where constant pressure requires software to continuously evolve.
Improving customer experience in insurance intelligently – Hyland
Success or failure in the sector is determined more and more by an organisation’s ability to respond to customer demand quickly and accurately.
The evolution and modernisation of content services
"To embrace digital transformation, organisations need more than the ability to manage content.”