Our employee of the quarter (EOQ) program provides an opportunity for our team to nominate and reward employees who embody DOMA’s values of Integrity, Fun, Community, and Innovation.
The Federal Government now recognizes that paper records can be a hindrance to agility and efficiency, particularly with the exponential growth of content year over year. In response, NARA has implemented the M-10-21 mandate to help the Federal Government transition to electronic record keeping.
International Women’s Day is right around the corner on March 8th and with that in mind, DOMA would like to honor the day by introducing you to 4 of the women at DOMA.
Taking advantage of the public cloud is now easier than ever for VMware users. Thanks to a groundbreaking partnership between Amazon Web Services (AWS) and VMware, customers can now run applications in a consistent, user-friendly hybrid cloud environment.
Digital Transformation has been a buzzword within the technology sector for many years, but, instead of fading away its relevance has only increased. More and more, organizations are seeking out guidance on how to improve their workflows, strategies, and outcomes through digital transformation.
Data is one of the most important decision-making tools in business. Making data-based decisions can result in higher efficiency and increased profits but it’s not just about money.
Adrian joins DOMA as its new Chief Operating Officer (COO) and is fired up to help lead DOMA towards the fulfillment of Vision 2021. He brings a proven track record of directing substantial profitable growth at other companies like DOMA and is well versed in streamlining sales and marketing, operations, finance, and more.
Wouldn’t it be great to get rid of the small everyday chores that waste company time? In actuality, the technology to minimize these kinds of tasks is both highly accessible and easy to integrate. In many cases, the answer to eliminating repetitive, low-level activities is incorporating automated workflows.
For individuals with disabilities accessibility to information, products, and technologies is still a concern. Thanks to the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (Rehab Act) there has been a lot of progress in preventing discriminatory practices and making shared physical spaces more accessible.
As the information landscape has evolved many businesses’ needs are outpacing the traditional ECM strategy. More data-driven applications, larger volumes of data, more nuanced inter-departmental relationships, and complex data regulations have led to the need for a more flexible approach. Enter the Content Services Platform (CSP).