Are you a clerk-recorder or assessor wondering how you can digitally preserve your historic land records and other official documents? In this article we'll describe some solutions you may want to check out, as well as a few benefits and obstacles to look out for.
Do you have microfilm? Are you storing it correctly and under the right conditions for long-term preservation? If you're not sure, read on to learn how to store microfilm properly so that you don't lose your critical images and data!
Do you have records you want to digitize that might be under copyright restrictions? Learn what you can and cannot do before taking the leap!
Are you thinking about doing a microfilm or microfiche scanning project, but don't know how much material you have? This article describes some simple ways to get a count of your microfilm, microfiche, and aperture card collections so that you know the size of your project.
Before jumping into a digital scanning and conversion project, you'll want to know that there's a good reason to do it. In this article we give you some advantages that digitization provides over the status quo.
Do you have sensitive records that you want to digitally convert? And do they also fall under HIPAA guidelines? In this article we give you an overview of HIPAA guidelines and compliance, and how it might pertain to your records, and also some options available for your digital conversion needs.
Are you wondering why you should scan your hard copy records into digital? We'll make it easy for you and give you 10 of the best reasons to scan now!
In this article we describe three of the ways we securely transport our client's microfilm: Shipping / Mail, Ground Transportation, and an Air / Ground Combo. Which one will you choose?
Is your organization or department required to keep certain documents based on a retention schedule? Do you want to deal with messy paper files, or would you rather have a clean and simple digital copy of those records? Read our article about retention and digital scanning to see if creating electronic files from your hard copy records would make sense for you.
Getting ready to start a microfilm scanning project? Use our "TIPs" to get your film ready to scan! Triage, Inventory, Pack, and you're ready to go.