13 Aug

Four Ways Smarter Document Management Can Improve Your Bottom Line

Four Ways Smarter Document Management Can Improve Your Bottom Line

Inspired by a blog originally published by Xerox dated 12 April 2018   “Document Management” sounds so tedious, labour intensive and time consuming. It may not be a bundle of laughs, but it should not take time and it should cut costs from your bottom line. To ease the burden, we have been inspired by a recent blog from Xerox with four easy tips to help you toward better document management. 1. Print smarter (if at all) According to the Xerox blog, the average business spends approximately 3% of their annual revenue on printing, making it the third largest expense behind rent and payroll. Most companies underestimate how much they’re spending by around …

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31 Jul

Keeping track of contractors, volunteers and staff at your school

Keeping track of contractors, volunteers and staff at your school

Maintaining a safe environment for both students and staff is a top concern of Principals and School Administrators. Having risk management strategies in place that focuses on preventing, identifying and mitigating risks to children was a key recommendation in the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Sexual Abuse report on Creating Child Safe Institutions. Managing visitors to your school One key risk that was outlined in the NSW Department of Education and Training safety and security directorate on how to be a safer school* was around the management of visitors to a school site including contractors and volunteers.  A key recommendation in the ten steps to protecting schools was developing a visitor management …

31 Jul

Creating Smart Remote Learning Spaces

Creating Smart Remote Learning Spaces

At the recent 2018 EduTech conference there was much discussion around the role technology plays in evolving learning spaces, whether through artificial intelligence, intelligent insights or workspace design. Ambient Computing When components of the Internet of Things (IoT) are in place and working together intelligently, ambient computing is possible. Ambient computing occurs when the computers and electronics within our environment can sense and respond to our presence and needs. Current examples of well-known technologies that utilise ambient computing are home assistant devices such as Google Home. Fuji Xerox’s laboratory in Palo Alto is focused on creating ambient environments that make work more efficient. One application of ambient computing in an education context was …

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The next generation of work opens the door to new opportunities and challenges. The workplace of tomorrow will be a transformed place where greater mobility, increased innovation, collaboration and employee flexibility will be key drivers of change. At Fuji Xerox Australia we help businesses integrate data, documents and business processes and turn tomorrow’s documents into knowledge. Nextwork explores the dawn of the ‘new working world’ and how we can successfully harness the opportunities and mitigate the challenges of tomorrow.

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