What is redaction and why is it important to digital conversion? If you're working with sensitive files, redaction might be required. Learn about redaction and the processes that can help you execute a successful project.
What level of quality assurance (QA) do you need for your digital conversion project? Did you know that there are multiple types and levels of QA? Read about QA and how it applies to digital conversion so you can create a process that's right for you.
Are you wondering how much microfilm scanning costs? There are numerous factors that play into the final price, so understanding them can help you plan your digital conversion project. Take a look at the 9 factors that influence your microfilm scanning price.
Are you concerned about being able to access your records during a digital conversion project? Read about some of the ways you'll be able to get your necessary files even during the conversion process.
Do you have a large collection of microfilm, microfiche, or aperture cards? It can be overwhelming wondering how to start a digitization project, so check here to learn what to look out for and how to begin.
Do you already have an electronic records management system in place at your company? If you do, Digital ReeL might not make sense as a primary application. But you can still get the full benefit of Digital ReeL by using it as a virtual archive for specific types of material (such as microfilm), a backup disaster recovery dataset, and as a QA tool.
Are you looking for general information about microfilm? Take a look at our article that lists 7 things you need to know about microfilm so that you can have a better understanding of this unique information medium.
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Are you considering scanning and imaging your paper records? Find out how to approach your scanning project by breaking it into smaller, more manageable pieces.
When you want to scan your microfilm, you’re comparing two options: scanning the film yourself or working with a scanning company. In our post are some items to help you figure out how to choose the right microfilm scanning partner, should you decide to go in this direction!