I love Document Management! I get such satisfaction in helping people organize their documents, and in seeing them use information effectively to achieve their goals. It seems almost unbelievable that the simple act of organizing documents is such a ‘game changer’ for many people and companies…but it is, and it matters! And we have a lot of sharable expertise to provide our partners.
Where the Money Lives Series, Part 6: Going Above and Beyond – Exceptional Hosting Value Isn’t About Blinking Lights
As we explore opportunities for companies to make money offering Document Management solutions to their clients, we reference our first article in the series that spoke to Software as a Service subscription revenue. SaaS is usually more than just charging a monthly fee for the software licenses – it’s hosting the whole environment and alleviating the client’s need to worry about anything technical. Regardless of the level of SaaS you’re pursuing, every client of a Document Management solution needs a place to run the software. The technical environment can either live within the company (referred to as ‘On Premises’), a Public Cloud Service (such as Microsoft or Amazon) or a Private Cloud Service (such as one you might operate for your clients).
It’s all over the news: Reality Winner, a contractor with Pluribus International Corporation who was doing work for the U.S. government is alleged to have been the source of a leak of classified information surrounding Russia’s attempts to hack elements of the U.S. election system. Big news for sure.
It seems all we see in the news anymore is another article about Ransomware and it certainly has gripped the popular (and fearful) imagination. I know a couple of people who have fallen victim to it and you probably do to. But I know a TON more people who have stories to share about data breaches and leaks from “the inside.” In most cases they know the secrets left the office but they have no idea how or when. Unlike ransomware, these threats to data security exist under our noses every day and most people don’t even know that it’s happening.