Organizations are lining up paperless processes heading into 2021. Document scanning is part one on the road to managing information. But what happens after scanning and what’s the best way to go about storing scanned documents? Good questions! First, let’s talk about why businesses are going paperless, what the easy part of that process is, and what elements are more difficult to accomplish during digital transformation.
Using the right document management software is critical for your ability to effectively manage your digital documents. There are many features that your document management software should have (indexing, scanned document conversion, accounting capabilities, file searching, etc). Which specific features your document management software should have will vary greatly based on your organization's unique needs. One feature that all organizations should consider for their software is access to the cloud. Here are the reasons why you should think about using cloud document management software:
Is your business prepared for a natural disaster? Preparing for these unpreventable circumstances will require more than an insurance policy. This is because no amount of insurance can recover your company's data once it is destroyed. Protecting company data from natural disasters requires a specific plan. Here are the steps that you need to take:
Many of your organization's documents include invaluable information that must be protected. To that end, you need to invest in the best available document security. However, before you do this, you need to actually store your documents somewhere so that they can be secured. In general, there are two options: on-site document storage and off-site document storage. Let's explore how each option affects your ability to maintain secure document storage.