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  • Take, for example, the Family Service Agency of San Francisco, which replaced its ailing paper-based system with SaaS donated by the Salesforce. com Foundation, improving productivity and accountability along the way.

    7 Questions to Evaluate SaaS

  • In doing so I discovered that earlier this month, a group of researchers at the University of Cincinnati in Ohio came up with a new technology that allows them to re-create the brightness and color capabilities of paper-based media.

    Vogue on Your eReader? New E-paper Tech Will Make It Happen

  • Our complicated registration process varies state-by-state, and our country's antiquated, paper-based electoral system is riddled with restrictive rules and red tape that don't reflect advances in technology or meet the needs of modern life.

    Heather Smith: Outdated and Failing: Modernizing Our Voting System for the Rising Electorate

  • Remember, it's different from taking a paper-based test: Though you will have scratch paper, you won't be able to annotate directly in the test booklet because everything will be on the computer screen.

    Uloop: Guide to Studying for the GRE

  • David Bailey, chairman of paper-based softcore smut-peddlers Sport Media Group, attacked the proposals, saying, the report discriminates against traditional media.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • Not every hospital relies on paper-based orders and charts, but most still do.

    How American Health Care Killed My Father

  • – With SaaS, it was relatively straightforward to calculate the tangible savings that arose from replacing paper-based communication processes with electronic information management systems (we tended to find that the paper, printing, copying, distribution and storage savings alone more than paid for the cost of the collaboration platform).

    Top 10 Web 2.0 adoption issues for AEC organisations « pwcom 2.0

  • Many projects simply use them to replicate paper-based processes electronically, and the systems generally offer few opportunities for individuals to network online with other project team members – although I have been talking recently to one US vendor, Kalexo, whose solution does feature significant Web 2.0 functionality (see EE post).

    Social networks boost productivity « pwcom 2.0

  • The e-shots stress that Construction Enquirer updates are “Blackberry, iPhone and Palm friendly” (no concessions to the growing number of smartphone users on Android, however – at least, not yet), and – underlining its differentiation from its mainly print-based peers – the website also emphasises there is no paper-based option.

    Construction Enquirer misses Twitter trick « pwcom 2.0

  • "My wife just died of cancer, I wrote this 700-page paranormal romance in her memory" - Is that some form of paper-based necrophilia?

    Important Lessons For The Week; Or, Thank God That's Almost Over

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