Office Document Strategies Blog
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.
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.
There are several options for the type of scanner you need to match your document management system choice and improve your ability to have a 'less paper' environment. Scanners come in several basic groups and they range in cost from the low hundreds of dollars to many thousands of dollars.
Hosted document management is the right solution for you if you have most of the following characteristics.
We are proud that Hubspot Learning Center leader Mark Kilens has seen fit to publish a blog today which highlights the work we have been doing at Leppert over the past two years.
For the last fifteen years I have been involved in the design, setup and sales of document management systems as part of my work in our business here in Burlington. During that time there have been weeks when we would not be able to engender any interest in this enabling technology. What seemed to us to be such a 'no brainer' was just not high on very many business agendas.
There are two basic ways to establish a document management system for your office. You can acquire and install an in-house system or you could contract for a hosted document management solution. The choices for each of these are varied and there are hundreds of packages each with their own features to choose from. In the end it is about what system provides you with access and security for your documents.
There has been a lot of interest in the results of the one day protest that was undertaken by a large number of internet sites to protest the proposed SOPA and PIPA legislation in the US.