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  • If your business is seriously considering document conversion, one of the first decisions you need to make concerns whether to do the work in-house or hire a professional document conversion company. Learn why you should choose a professional for your business document conversion.

  • While price is a factor in selecting document imaging services, it should not be the only one when making this decision. Learn what variables really matter when choosing a document imaging company to make the right choice for your business needs.

  • All companies have documents, and for most organizations, managing these documents is a time-consuming process. Some are stored in cabinets, some are kept on physical media — such as magnetic tape — and some have been digitized. Read more to learn about the result.

  • The Small Business Administration reports that an estimated 25 percent of businesses never re-open after a natural disaster. If your business falls victim to a flood, fire, hurricane or other disaster, getting back on your feet quickly can spell the difference between recovery and business failure. Learn how document conversion services can assist with a fast recovery both before and after a disaster.

  • In today’s business world, sticking with paper document storage is more than old-fashioned; in fact, it’s a serious problem. Learn more about why this is a serious problem and how to solve this.

  • Paper or digital? It's a struggle many businesses face: Is it better to embrace the process of digital document conversion or keep paper records separate from newly created digital files? Learn more why it is worth making the switch.

  • When it comes to digital document management, how does your company handle images? Learn more about the key differences between PDF and TIFF.

  • The future of document security is changing. Just ask Matt Bukovicky and Charles Teel, creators of the new iOS app, Lockbox, which uses fingerprint scanning technology to approve or deny application access — in the document management field, this kind of technology could help manage permissions, access and improve audit logs. But as the security market evolves, some companies are falling behind. How do you make the most of evolving document management services to enable your company's productivity, performance and profits?

  • Physical document security often seems like viable alternative to digital solutions. After all, if all documents your company owns are kept under lock and key, there's virtually no risk of theft or misuse. But what happens when your business expands and documents start to age — are they worth keeping past five, 10 or 20 years? What happens if you change offices — are they worth taking? What happens when there is a disaster? How will you maintain business continuity?

  • In today’s marketplace, digitizing your files is increasingly important. Not only does storing documents in the digital realm deliver significant productivity, performance and profit enhancements, but it also can be crucial in helping you move toward your specific business goals. With that in mind, here’s a look at some of the strong benefits of document storage services as compared with traditional methods of physically storing business paperwork.

  • According to Red Orbit, the market for document storage service is expected to increase through 2017, in large part thanks to the conversion of paper-based records to digital versions. Some companies are moving away from paper in response to federal legislation, while others see the benefit of easy access and retrieval. Bottom line? IT leaders need to understand the value of digital document storage: here are the basics.

  • One of the main products of most organizations in this “information economy” is data. Often this data is essential to the entities success, enabling it to respond to constituent inquiries, be they transactional or compliance related. These business needs are why digitizing paper and scanning microfiche records is in such demand.

  • What is OCR? Optical Character Recognition refers to technologies that involve "reading" words from a scanned image by translating each character on an image into searchable text.

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