January 22nd, 2010
After you’ve chosen a document scanner and begun implementing your electronic workflow, you’ll need to make the images you capture relevant to your system by adding the data that you look for. There are many ways to introduce the data back into the system, but here we show you how Capture Pro can handle much(read more)
The vulnerability of paper documents is no small problem. Aside from the damage that comes from daily use, there are any number of events that could wipe out years of documents in no time. Here are a couple recent examples. Plumbing Failure This week in Gladwin County, Michigan, a court building suffered water damage due(read more)
January 18th, 2010
Thought your boss was resourceful? Imagine your old documents being recycled for one last purpose on Earth. A Japanese-based company has invented a machine that converts office paper into toilet paper. The $95,000 price tag will exclude it from the budgets of most companies and organizations for the 2010 financial year, but the idea is(read more)
January 15th, 2010
If you’ve been engaged in a document scanning project, you probably have filing cabinets left over. Now what do you do with them? Here’s an idea.
January 8th, 2010
CNG-SAFE, the flagship document management product by Cabinet NG, provides a means of viewing, managing, and sharing your documents after they have been scanned. We all know that software isn’t free, but what is the cost of not having electronic documents and an electronic workflow? Reliance Bank has done the legwork and have calculated that(read more)
January 4th, 2010
This is a quick video of a Kodak i1120 ScanMate in action. Using buttons right on the scanner, watch the document scanner handle mixed-size documents.