In this article we continue with the next batch of five vetting questions you should ask when looking for a document scanning service, including project timelines and a provider’s experience.
Bulk document scanning is essential for large conversion projects. This guide dives into high-volume document digitization, offering insights into its benefits, the equipment and tools utilized, and best practices to ensure optimal results.
Explore the advantages of efficiency and security in digitization projects, how they intersect, and strategies to balance them when you decide to digitize.
Digitizing your records is a major event, and it probably took much planning and effort for you to accomplish it. But you can’t stop there! Once your records are converted to digital, you need to store them somewhere.
Microfilm has both its advantages and disadvantages. We’ll cover those here and give you an idea of how you can enhance your microfilm records through digitization.
How do you choose who you’ll choose to work with for your document scanning project? In this article we’ll give you five vetting questions that should get you started on the right foot.
Concerned about sending your records offsite? You might be interested in onsite scanning. Learn the benefits of onsite scanning, how an onsite project gets executed (the process), and two considerations to help you decide if it’s right for you.
Digitization projects require more than just machines and labor - they require compliance with established processes and standards to ensure records are handled and protected properly.
Worried about the safety of your records when you hire a scanning service company? Learn about security considerations for your project and compliance standards that can help guide your decision.
Learn about the various types of microfiche including the common 16mm and 35mm jacket fiche, the image-heavy COM fiche, and more.