License and subscription fees are a crucial consideration for most businesses when planning your budget or trying to save some money to adjust a budget due to unforeseen circumstances such as a pandemic. PDF volume licenses can be an easy way free up some funds.
Gartner has released their 2020 Magic Quadrant for Robotic Process Automation (RPA) Report and we’re proud to say—there’s a new Challenger on the block. Gartner moved Kofax RPA from “Niche” in the 2019 RPA Magic Quadrant report to “Challenger” in 2020, acknowledging that our unique and innovative approach, which reframes RPA as one element of a broader intelligent automation platform, has gathered market momentum.
Much like Microsoft’s Universal Print platform, Kofax ControlSuite ushers in a new era of print and capture management possibilities. Together, ControlSuite and Universal Print empower cloud-ready organizations to take control of their print and capture needs in ways never before possible.
Document security and the lack thereof is on everyone’s mind as we move to an even more digital world with clients and employees increasingly working from home and accessing files with a variety of cloud computing options.
The pandemic has challenged global businesses in unprecedented ways and set the stage for a “New Normal.” We spoke with Rob Koplowitz from Forrester and an expert panel of customers to ask about their digital transformation journeys and how intelligent automation is shaping the future of business as they respond to today’s challenges and plan for tomorrow.
The portability of the PDF is among its greatest strengths, but there is an often unseen risk associated with PDF files: security. It's true — the basic PDF tools found on machines across your business, such as Adobe Reader and Adobe Acrobat, could leave the door wide open for bad actors to impact your business negatively.