March 29th, 2012
Since we’re closing in on the end of the first quarter, we decided to feature (mostly) quarters on our Flatbed Thursday. You can view the full-size images here and here. Leave a comment or tell us, what do you want to see scanned at 600dpi?
March 28th, 2012
Today I completed a training session for an old customer, new to CNG. We’ve been scanning their backfile for years, amounting in thousands of boxes digitized, and now we’re moving them into our fold of customers using CNG as their primary document management system. I was there for a few hours, conducting the training. In(read more)
Yesterday, we scanned 24 rolls of maps. This is a perfect application for engineering or architectural firms, or departments that might utilize land survey maps, or even ledger-sized documents that won’t fit in one of our other scanners. Call (518) 456-1011 or complete the form to request a quote on large-format scanning.
March 27th, 2012
Kodak’s line of desktop scanners have received two accolades for their quality and performance. Kodak’s i2600 document scanner “As a heavy-duty scanner in a small office or workgroup, Kodak’s i2600 is fast, has a whopping 75-sheet automatic document feeder (ADF), and a rated duty cycle of 4,000 sheets per day,” said Tony Hoffman, Analyst, PCMag. You(read more)
March 26th, 2012
E-BizDocs was at the well-attended (and well-Tweeted) CRHRA 2012 event on Thursday, May 22. In addition to our booth showcasing some of our document management products, software, and services, Director of Operations Edward Canary attended five of the sessions to stay abreast of some of the new trends in HR. Wage and Hour Compliance hosted(read more)
March 23rd, 2012
To celebrate the arrival of spring, we chose a bouquet of flowers for Flatbed Friday. We stopped into Holland Flower Shop to find out what flower would look the best squashed up against a piece of glass. They said “Pretty any variety will do.” Clearly, their professional opinion was correct.
March 21st, 2012
March 20th, 2012
It’s been announced this month that Encyclopedia Britannica will no longer print its editions, leaving the 2010 volumes to be the last to grace the shelves of offices, libraries, and institutions across the globe. Having been a standard resource for knowledge over the course of nearly 250 years, there’s bound to be some mixed feelings(read more)
As the fiscal end of the year approaches, the phone calls start coming in. We just spoke to a customer that would like to have 100 or so boxes scanned, indexed, and delivered by March 31st. After looking at their documents and developing the framework for a project, we told them that, technically, yes, we(read more)
March 19th, 2012
We’ve already had discussed the integration of iPads into business, and if we know technology, we know it never stops. As new versions of devices emerge, boasting a greater quantity and quality of features and capabilities, immediately, the question moves to benefits. We know that the iPad will have a better screen display of 326dpi.(read more)