Office Document Strategies Blog
I just came back from holiday. Getting away from the normal daily activities gives you a chance to look at things in a different light once you return to the regular routine. My first project back has been to finish up a document management system expansion redesign for a client project.
Converting a paper filing system into an electronic record system requires several steps and impacts the workflow of the office. Here is a case in point.
I find myself constantly working with software tools to improve my document production or in my marketing role. It is remarkable what can be found if you go looking for a solution to a problem, and sometimes even when you are not looking. Managing your documents and information takes a variety of actions. These are some of the IT and computer tools which I have found valuable.
There are many productivity tools available for download off of the web. From time to time as we work to support IT networks and computer software we come across tools which we find useful and which can solve simple problems we encounter.
Scanning has become a must have tool in most offices. At one time it was only used for archiving of old documents and was relegated to the mail room or a designated scan work room. With recent changes in hardware and software it has become a critical office document strategy to include scanning capability.