There’s one phrase that never fails to make us sad, no matter how old we get – “it’s back to school season.”

Whether you graduated a few years back or decades ago, there’s likely still a shudder that racks through your body at the very notion of school starting after summer break. Of course, as adults, many of us don’t have the luxury of a full summer break. That doesn’t stop the twinge of panic before realizing school is a thing of the past.  

What if we tried to change our thinking to embrace the back-to-school spirit? What is back to school besides a celebration of learning and growing? No matter what your age or experience level, there’s always room for growth. If business professionals took on the mentality of “this is my season to grow in my career,” we might find ourselves getting a lot more accomplished.   

For those in the Government sector, there are plenty of opportunities to learn something new. Most notably, you can start learning about new technology driving the industry forward. The world is quickly becoming more technologically advanced each day, and that extends into Government agencies. Consider brushing up your skills in technology to set yourself apart from others in the field. You can watch videos online, read articles, work with solutions hands-on, or formally attend classes. Many colleges and universities offer remote learning, so you can fit it in with your schedule if going back to school is something you want to do.  

What type of Government technology is circulating the scene? Based on trends, you could benefit from learning more about: 


Take time this back to school season to re-discover your passion for learning. Look into resources that can help you keep up with the latest trends, expose you to innovative new technology, and help you master the up-and-coming must-haves of the industry. You may not need to pick up a pencil case and book bag, but you can start the “school year” on the right foot by preparing a plan and finding what drives you.  

 Remember, it’s never too late to learn new things, and even if changes are scary, they can bring about incredible outcomes. Don’t be afraid to step into a subject without knowing much about it – that’s what learning is about.

Technology is here to stay for Government agencies, so grab the bull by the horns and master your software! 

Go Back to School

If you’re interested in actually going “Back to School,” there’s never been a better time. You can take courses online and earn skills, achievements, and degrees on your schedule. If you’ve noticed more technology in your job, consider taking the initiative to learn how you can make it as effective for your organization as possible.  

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OnBase Workflow vs. RPA

Ready to learn more about OnBase by Hyland Software? Check out this blog to find out the differences between Workflow and Robotic Process Automation. 

What’s Your Single, Scalable Platform?

OnBase Workflow is a secret weapon for many Government agencies. It can take over the mundane tasks of your day to free up your time for more pressing matters. Workflow is simple to set up and integrates well with existing systems. The best part? It’s very user-friendly and straightforward to use, so you don’t even have to study to ace it! 

Government Tech Leaders Say Data is the New Oil

Government leaders are focused on data and data security these days. With more government responsibility going digital, the public is expecting all data to remain protected and confidential. For those agencies who have only recently jumped on the tech bandwagon, training and learning is key in building trust in the system.  

What Can We Do For You?

ImageSoft has been bringing affordable, adaptable enterprise content management systems to state and local governments for quite some time. Our industry-leading solutions for government offer automated workflows, improved speed and efficiency, reduced costs and proper compliance. 

ImageSoft is ready to help your organization reap the benefits from integrated enterprise content management. 

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