Is this the Latest Doc?

As discussed earlier, integrity of our documents is important for many reasons. Reviews and updates might make changes to a specification for example that might correct an otherwise erroneous set of instructions, calibration or other data. It is therefore important...

Protecting Integrity

Microsoft released Word for Windows in 1989 at about $500 a copy and the product has quickly become a desktop standard for many computer users as their offline tool of choice for writing documents. Many companies have invested in MS Word and other products for...

Grinding to a Halt

Many Document Controllers use solutions that have evolved over time and people continue to use them because they are adept with Excel, Word, Adobe and other good tools. Apologies to Willie Nelson, but are we “Aging with time like yesterday’s wine” or perhaps should it...

Using Paper Docs?

Writer Tony Kryzanowski, in his article (http://tinyurl.com/clew9v2) in the September 2012 ProcessWest magazine, spoke about the growing trend towards digitization of information being a major contributor to reduced demand for paper. In a Pulp & Paper...