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Company’s paperless information management, office automation, digital signature and meeting management software and services, in high demand due to rapid growth in remote-work programs TORONTO – December 9, 2020: Paperless office technologies company ThinkDox Inc. is pleased to announce that Read more…


Creating a digital workflow has allowed Ottawa-Carleton staff to work from home while retaining access to all the information necessary to do their jobs When it was time to clear out a file storage room at the Ottawa-Carleton District School Read more…


The Mobile Healthcare summit in Toronto showcases some really amazing one-off mobile use cases that have been developed. It’s hard not to deal with the reality that most healthcare centres have a burden of legacy technologies and contracts that are Read more…


With the end of the year coming, ThinkDox has had some downtime from the usual hustle and bustle. We have taken this time to expand our understanding of Laserfiche. As an example: in genetics, systems of classification are the basis Read more…


We have spent a lot of time in the last couple of weeks talking about how to set the boundaries of organizational risk and responsibility with respect to information. We always start by re-directing the conversation towards why the client Read more…


LINKING HEALTH DATA TO PERSONAL IDENTIFIERS BRINGS HIPAA INTO PLAY THE LINE BETWEEN COLLECTION AND IDENTIFICATION IS THE KEY FOR LIFE SCIENCES In contrast to the variety and individuality of the requirements that organizations have to comply with in the Read more…


First, let me state the obvious – any multi-user system that provides collaboration, records management, and process automation is going to be difficult to implement. There are a lot of moving pieces and frankly no single road to success. You Read more…


There is an amazing debate occurring in healthcare right now. It is about what the role of the “healthcare” technologies are in care delivery. Unfortunately, everyone is obsessed with electronic healthcare records rather than the larger picture of information management Read more…