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RJS is now on Pinterest!

Jul 25, 2014 | Filed under: Friday Fun, RJS Software Systems, Technology

pinterest_001Starting now, RJS Software is on Pinterest - that lovable social media site that allows you to pin images (and links) to your "board," re-pin other people's posts, and much more.

Today is the day

Feb 29, 2012 | Filed under: Leigh's Security Tips, Security, Technology

Today is your last day to hide your Google web history. While you're at it, kill your old tweets as well, unless you want market researchers digging through your personal data.

Our blog gets a new look

Feb 8, 2012 | Filed under: RJS Software Systems

If you’re a regular reader of our blog, you might notice a few subtle changes. For those readers who enjoy puzzles, I’ll give you a minute to see if you can guess the changes yourself (hint there are four tweaks). If not, scan below and I’ll show you what we did to improve your user experience.

1. When scanning through various posts on our blog, you were required to page down through full entries. This made the homepage incredibly long and a bit of a pain to read. With the exception of the most current post, we’re now providing just the first paragraph or two of each entry accompanied by a “Read the rest of this entry” link.

2. Read something you like and want to share it with friends? We’ve added the ability for you to socially share our material via Facebook, Twitter and Google +. We like to think that many of our posts serve as discussion topics for you and your colleagues. Help us start the conversation!

Social Media and Document Management

Jan 23, 2012 | Filed under: RJS Software Systems, Technology

Last Monday, well-known technology guru John Ghrist penned a great article titled, “Technology Focus: Document Management Searches for an Identity.” Within the article, three document management technology leaders – Gary Langton, CEO and co-founder of Intellichief; Dan Forster, president of InFORM Decisions; and our very own Richard Schoen, president and CTO of RJS Software – were asked to define the differences between document management, content management and records management, pontificate on document management’s future in the IBM i market and, finally, identify the role social media will play in the future of document management.

It’s the final snippet above that I wish to discuss today.