Office Document Strategies Blog
In a Presidential memorandum published by The Whitehouse this week US government departments are told that electronic filing of their records is a necessity that must happen.
There are at least six components that make up the cost of office document filing. No matter how much you do and where you do it these elements are affected by your workflow and needs for office records.
There are several ways to go about setting up scanning in your office. Here are 5 reasons why you will want to consider a centralized system.
With the growth in tools available to offices for scanning, document scanning workflow is an important part of building a document management strategy. Whether you are using a formal document management system or are simply storing documents in folders on a shared hard drive the process of getting paper documents to the storage area is a key part of your scanning workflow.
aiim has declared Oct 27th World Paper Free Day. This is a chance to better understand why we are still so dependent on paper in our increasingly electronic world. How do we release ourselves from this addiction? Why does it not happen?
So what does anti-idling have to do with document security and shredding?
It seems that due to municipal anti-idling laws in Burlington, Hamilton and other jurisdictions the mobile shredding services are being restricted from doing on site shredding. It appears that running their engines for the time it takes to complete shredding projects onsite violates the anti-idling bylaws and they are not permitted to operate in this manner.
The recent news about the "lost" cancer reports that were sent to doctors around Ontario was the topic of some coverage on the CBC radio this morning. Why is this important? The story is really all about paperless filing.