Print Management Insider Blog

Where the Money Lives: Series Introduction

Posted by Sean Halliday on Sep 21, 2017 8:00:00 AM

Running a Document Management Division within an Office Equipment Dealership, VAR and Managed Service Company

When I was a kid, I used to go out Halloweening with my friends for hours – we’d literally fill our pillow cases with   so much candy that our backs would ache by the time we returned home…then the real fun started! After my  Mom did her ‘safety check’ (which included a heavy tithe for the service), the candy was mine all mine. And so I  did what any anally-retentive, over-organized kid would do – I  organized it. Oh did I find comfort and joy in organizing all that candy! Neat stacks of Kit-Kats, Aero bars, a sucker section and even a tidy little area for the ‘unclassified’ randoms. My happy place – a fully organized candy drawer.

 

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Topics: Managed Print Services, neostream, Document Management, content management, SharePoint

5 Ways NeoStream Does SharePoint Better

Posted by Vincent Mullan on Apr 28, 2017 8:00:00 AM

One of the most common statements clients make about a SharePoint solution is "That's cool, but can you make it look less like SharePoint?" NeoStream has listened and has built solutions with engaging, contemporary user interfaces. However there's no point in looking great if performance suffers. NeoStream understands at a very detailed level how SharePoint list storage and retrieval works and we have built fast, low overhead data management of large lists into all our user interfaces. While focusing on "fast" we also discovered ways to deliver on the "deep" and "wide", namely how to dynamically manage custom site template changes for not only new but also existing sites and how to aggregate data across thousands of custom sites in seconds. Taken together, here's 5 ways we believe we do it better:  

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Topics: print audit, neostream, SharePoint, Document Management, Intranet

Document Management Chaos? 3 Simple Buckets To Bring Order and Clarity

Posted by Sean Halliday on Feb 8, 2017 8:00:00 AM

Picking up on our pledge to make Document Management more simple, I’d like to focus on a fairly basic concept of organizing…creating groups of ‘like materials’. When organizing documents within an organization, we can begin by simply categorizing information into 3 buckets: 

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Topics: Document Management, content management, neostream, SharePoint

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