One of the issues that doing a large amount of scanning can create is getting the index information connected to the scanned document for storage. The challenge created is to decide whether to simply use manual index entry using human operators or to build a more automated workflow which can capture the images and extract data from the scanned files and use it to index them for storage and retrieval.
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When you buy business solutions for your business, looking for environmentally friendly choices is logical. SMBs in Burlington recognize this need more and more. The amount of material that our resident eWaste partner, Niagara ewaste processes each day shows us that this is true.
One of my clients in Hamilton asked me for a solution for a problem she is having. Her difficulty is that she has a large number of electronic files which she needs to keep secure and therefore she password protects the files when she creates them. This becomes a problem as the number of files increases and she says she also always forgets the passwords she uses. At the present time she does not have access to a document management system to solve her problem.
Getting files into an electronic document filing system is usually the most challenging part of any system. Automating the input process for scanned files is one way to reduce the tedium and increase the efficiency for input. Bar codes can be a great tool in that automation.
IAAP (International Association of Administrative Professionals) were in agreement… Too many fingers in the paper filing cabinet equals lost files, wasted time and an overwhelming, aggravating and stressful mess.
The hottest topic in IT network design seems to be Cloud Computing. So what is this? What is meant by cloud computing?
Last night along with a couple of others from our office I participated in a Vendor Fair at a conference for the Administrative Professionals Association in our area. The attendees at this event were administrators from a variety of organizations from both the private sector and the public sector throughout southern Ontario.
I have been involved in configuring and supporting electronic filing in southern Ontario for almost fifteen years. In the past few months I have been pleasantly surprised to have more people inquiring about electronic file storage. I think one of the reasons that it is more acceptable for people to consider a less paper storage option is because they are becoming familiar with personally focused online file storage options.