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Preparing Your Documents for On-Site Document Scanning Services

Posted by Robert Adshead on Sep 2, 2022 8:00:00 AM

Many organizations using a document scanning service feel safer using on-site scanning services. Although on-site document scanning doesn’t necessarily mean the process will be more secure, it can prove to be more cost-effective when handled properly. Here we offer tips on preparing your documents for on-site document scanning services to ensure the process goes smoothly.

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Topics: document imaging, on site scanning

Off-site Storage: Why You Should Re-Evaluate Your Document Management Requirements

Posted by Robert Adshead on May 17, 2017 11:00:00 AM

An increasingly expanding document inventory of both paper and digital records is fast filling up physical work areas and digital storage spaces in business offices. This trend poses a challenge to companies with document management requirements that need to be properly re-evaluated as an evolving component of productivity.

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Topics: document management requirements

What Scanning Services Can Do For Government Records Management

Posted by Robert Adshead on Apr 28, 2017 11:00:00 AM

The broad benefits that a good scanning services provider confers on your company are obvious: space-saving, and ease of retrieval. When dealing specifically with government records management, however, these benefits filter into an entire range of attributes that are essential for the proper functioning of the office.

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Topics: Records Management

How to Move from Document Storage Facility to Paperless

Posted by Robert Adshead on Mar 24, 2017 11:00:00 AM

If you currently house all your documents inside a document storage facility, any attempt to change the present way you’re warehousing information might be an overwhelming task. However, moving documents to digital will improve overall productively, lower storage costs and enhance document security. To move files from your document storage facility to paperless, follow the below steps:

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Topics: paperless

Educational Records Management Solutions For Montessori Schools

Posted by Robert Adshead on Feb 15, 2017 11:00:00 AM

The educational records management solutions that are necessary to run a Montessori school at its best are very similar to those of for-profit businesses and government entities. Educational records require careful attention to detail, as well as secure accessibility in order for the school to function properly.

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Topics: Records Management

The Benefits of Electronic Medical Records

Posted by Robert Adshead on Feb 10, 2017 11:00:00 AM

Today more and more healthcare facilities, both hospitals and private practices, are moving from paper files to electronic medical records. The benefits of electronic medical records are numerous for both patients and healthcare providers.

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Topics: electronic medical records

The Negative Financial Implications That Come With An Office Full of Paper

Posted by Robert Adshead on Jan 25, 2017 11:00:00 AM

Businesses deal with all kinds of operational costs. Some of these are much easier to cut out than others. While most focus on the largest types of corporate expenditure, there’s one costly item that often remains out of the equation. This costly item is office paper.

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Topics: paper documents

5 Signs Your Document Management System is Failing

Posted by Robert Adshead on Jan 6, 2017 11:00:00 AM

The right document management system allows you to focus on what is important instead of wasting time tracking down documents and figuring out which is the latest version. Unfortunately, not every document management system works as you expect, and even if a system does, it has to be implemented correctly.

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Topics: document management system

How to Control Your Document Scanning Management for Long Term Success

Posted by Robert Adshead on Dec 16, 2016 11:00:00 AM

If you stacked all the paper generated each year in American offices, it would be 18, 000 times higher than Mount Everest. The world is still far behind its goal of achieving a paperless society, but in 2016, The Wall Street Journal declared that it had at last become possible. Previously, hardware couldn’t turn all documents into editable data, but the paperless revolution has begun. For the first time, office paper usage is declining by 1 – 2% annually, and you don’t need to clear out your whole expense account to benefit.

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Topics: document scanning

Document Storage Facilities Are Not A Long Term Data Preservation Option, Here’s Why

Posted by Robert Adshead on Dec 14, 2016 11:00:00 AM

A wide range of business types, from medical institutions to law firms to offices, find themselves in need of long term data preservation. Traditionally, this has been accomplished via in-house file cabinets and off-site data storage facilities. 

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Topics: document storage

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