When I started in the Document Management field the common term for the practice of capturing paper records and converting them to digital images was simply document imaging. While the process involved in doing the conversion seems pretty simple in today's terms back twenty some years ago it was seen as a miraculous change in office environments.Read More
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One of the most insidious kinds of spam and malware that is currently active around the world is what is known as Cryptoware or Ransomware. This attack gets users to open a type of malware which starts working on the user's workstation to attack files with extensions from common document type software.Read More
One of the things that often happens when office equipment leases come to an end, or when older equipment is being replaced, is a simplistic replacement process gets used. This can be a mistake if the time is not taken to step back and do a process review to ensure that the replacement optimizes the potential for business gains.
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I have worked in the document management field, earlier called document imaging till some of the copier vendors grabbed that title, for almost sixteen years now. In all that time I have never had as many enquiries about document management, scanning services, workflow and cloud electronic storage as in the past few weeks.
Topics: document filing, document management, office document strategy, document storage strategy, Paperless office, Hosted document management, docucapture, Less paper office, paper filing, cloud computing
There are hundreds of different document management systems that you can choose from when you decide to organize your filing into a structured system. We often get clients asking us how they decide which one works for them without going crazy and taking way too much time researching to be worth the effort?
The hottest topic in IT network design seems to be Cloud Computing. So what is this? What is meant by cloud computing?
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.