As part of our IT support for small business we publish a weekly digest of interesting articles and tips which can assist readers to better run their business. I know that your focus is running your business and the industry you serve. These weekly digest articles provide a range of information which can be of value to all kinds of operations.
Office Document Strategies Blog
This week's digest has a real variety of topics to cover. PC Magazine's Best Free Software of 2011 heads it off.
Our regular weekly digest focuses on Facebook showing some of the better corporate Facebook pages which offer good information in the IT network field and some security tips for your Facebook site. Of course there is more happening in the document world so there are a couple of other key topics for you as well.
Here is the next edition of the office document strategies weekly digest. Each week I feature a few of the articles, topics and stories we have come across that enhance knowledge of use, management, production and eliminating documents. Feel free to add your suggestions in the comments section below.
Netaccess Systems is in the midst of finalizing a new IT network data centre in downtown Hamilton. A colleague and I had a tour yesterday with Netaccess President, Don McNally. The new site is pretty impressive and promises to be the most advanced data centre in Ontario outside of the biggest located at 151 Front St. in Toronto.
When looking at the users of document management (document imaging) technology one of the largest groups of adoptees are professionals. Business professionals like lawyers or accountants and personal professionals like doctors or dentists are learning that storing their records in paper format has become a tedious, risky and expensive process.
Being able to properly identify your company or product on the internet can be a challenge. No matter what documents or strategies you use picking the keywords for your domain is important.
I really never thought this could happen but courtesy of the author of the Death of the Copier Blog I am now not so sure. He recently featured a presentation made to TED in September 2009 that kind of blew my mind. Maybe a paperless document strategy is really possible.