Michael Young

Michael Young is a Business-to-Business Consultative Sales Associate focused on security, efficiency, and profitability software with over 14 years of experience in the tech sector. An invaluable team member of Cobb for over one-and-a-half years, Michael is an avid photographer, tech guru, and Jiu-Jitsu student. “I spend my time taking photos and limbs.”

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M-Files - An Honest Review

No matter what you call it — data management, content management, or document management — there are a myriad of systems, applications, and tools on the market made to help you store, organize, and maintain your documents, data, and files. 

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How the ESIGN Act Impacts Collecting Legally-Binding Signatures

Finding the time to print, send, and receive a document simply to collect a signature from a client is a huge use of resources that, given today’s...

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How to Make Sure Your Printed Documents Are Secure

There’s a problem with printers: once a document has been printed, there is no form of physical security to stop an unintended party from taking the...

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What is the Best Content Management System?

There’s a phrase everyone fears to hear in almost any setting: content management system. The problem is, they’re absolutely necessary. And because...

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Why Non-Profit Organizations Need Output Management

There is no doubt that every non-profit organization is hyper-fixated on their monthly bills, and for good reason. The more money your organization...

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Mobile Printing and Authentication: The Easy Way to Ensure HIPAA Compliance

Is your practice taking every reasonable precaution to secure PHI (Protected Health Information) and EPHI (Electronic Protected Health Information)? 

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Fax, Cloud Fax, and HIPAA Compliance

If a fax comes through your line, and nobody is there to pick it up, is it HIPAA compliant?

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5 Tips for Back-Scanning Your Files

There is quite possibly nothing more tedious and daunting than confronting a mountain of stored files that require back-scanning into a CMS (content...

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