Find out the costs of a small paper scanning project along with the deliverable you'll receive, the process to get it done, and other options you have available to you.
The chain of custody of your records is a critical component during a digital conversion project. Learn what to ask about and how to evaluate a company's chain of custody methods.
When you scan your records, should you convert them to bitonal (black/white) or grayscale images? Some considerations include your desired end result, quality, and the size of the files.
California's AB-1466 requires the State’s County Recorders to find a way to remove “restrictive covenants” in their official records. Learn what this means and how to comply.
Wondering how you can dispose of your microfilm collection? Take a look at some of the options available to you to get rid of your records.
When you're figuring out which way you want to scan your paper records to an electronic format, consider the Digital Box method. You get a simple and effective way to digitize your files.
Looking for a way to host your digital records? See how our Digital ReeL application stores your documents and the security methods used to protect them.
Do you have a small collection of microfiche you want scanned but don't know what it'll cost? Take a look at the services we provide, the general price of your project, and other information to help you decide if scanning your microfiche is right for you!
Paper scanning generally falls into two main categories: backfile and go-forward. Learn the similarities and differences between the two, and which you should do first.
When you digitize your hard copy records, it's important to consider the historical context of the original material so important information isn't lost. Learn various ways to capture the original historical context of your records while enjoying the immense benefits of digitization.