Scanning is a popular tool in most businesses. There are several ways to attack the need for scanning and each has its purpose and benefits. One of the methods which often gets over looked in the office due to the preponderance of network scanning tools around is desktop document scanning.Read More
Office Document Strategies Blog
Part of the saga of Kodak's bankruptcy protection has come to an end as the Kodak Personal Imaging Business and Document Imaging Business is given a new name by the new owner the UK Kodak Pension Plan. Kodak Alaris will be the new name, maintaining the Kodak identity but showing that this is a new entity.
Recent news announcing the approval by the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York of the Kodak Comprehensive Settlement with U.K. Pension Plan is good news for the document management business.
News is official as I write this that Eastman Kodak has filed for chapter 11 protection while it attempts to deal with its financial challenges. This news will have an affect on Kodak's business selling production scanners since this important area will be greatly overshadowed by the problems in the consumer side of the business.
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.
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.