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    Under the hood: Building a low-code digital service with Digital Process Automation
    Here is an overview of how we can quickly implement a digital service suitable for both citizens and partners with Digital Process Automation (DPA). The following video shows how a local council can use DPA to digitise and streamline its housing process, empowering public sector employees to create solutions quickly and easily, saving time and money compared to both manual and custom code approaches.
  • Picture of Gov.Uk - GDS Government Service Standard
    GDS’ updated Service Standard comes into force — what does it mean?
    The GDS' updated Service Standard – initially introduced in 2014 to help government create and run user-led digital services – has now come into force. From 1 July, any new discovery work undertaken by government bodies needs to adhere to the new standards. At some point, services already in progress will transition to the updated standards but GDS says this is unlikely to happen before early 2020.
  • Public sector staff huddled around PC concerned about digital transformation problems
    Digital Transformation: What problems are public sector organisations looking to solve?
    Public sector organisations are wrestling to address a whole host of issues when they embark on their digital transformation journey.
  • Cogs with process automation written on them
    Watch: How Digital Process Automation can help local government automate and drive efficiencies
    Zaizi hosted a webinar looking at how local councils can use Digital Process Automation (DPA) to provide better services for residents against the backdrop of the constant funding challenges councils face.
  • Illustration of Agile working
    Optimising Agile for user-centred design
    A few weeks ago, I overheard a conversation on a train between two, let’s call them ‘seasoned’ consultants, who were raving to each other about this wonderful new methodology they’d discovered called ‘Agile' and how they were super excited to learn more and put it into practice. Using all the Agile buzzwords, they obviously thought Agile was the answer to all their problems. 
  • Secure Collaboration with Alfresco
    Content security and data privacy are high in demand in most organisations in Government, Legal and Financial sector. However, secure collaboration is fundamental to these organisations to get work done by allowing their employees to work together effectively.
  • Making the decision to move from Alfresco Community to Enterprise
    Alfresco as an open source product is great because it is free to use (GPL Licence), but only when they are offered as a Community Edition. Functionalities of Community and Enterprise are exactly the same. But Enterprise Edition differs by the service or support that you eventually have to pay for.
  • Publishing made more powerful than just Web Content Management
    Technical innovation has sparked significant social change in the publishing industry and we now live in an era where information is available in abundance. Information is growing at an exponential rate and massive portion of 80% of this information is unstructured and unusable to a large extent.
  • Sensefy - Content Discovery Through Entity Driven Search
    Meaningfully structuring content is critical for companies, Natural Language Processing and Semantic Enrichment is becoming increasingly important to improve the quality of tasks related to information retrieval.
  • The next generation in Alfresco search is here!
    With Enterprise Document Management we can store any kind of paper- like document, and also paper-unlike as multimedia content. This content could be a document, a record, at some point a document and later a record...whatever. But once you store such documents, users will want to perform operation with them.
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