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!
Are you wondering what will happen to your microfilm once you hire a company for a digital scanning project? Take a look at our 10-step microfilm scanning process to see how we run our projects. The more you know, the more you'll trust us!
Does your agency handle, access, and process criminal justice information? Do you know what’s required of you to properly handle CJI? Learn what CJIS and CJI means, understand what you should be doing to properly handle criminal justice information, and find partners to help you scan your records into a digital format.
If you're starting a digital conversion project, don't you want to be sure the company you're going to work with knows what they're doing? Our 14-step project review process ensures that your project will be a success.
Are you thinking about getting a document management system for your records? Before you buy, check out our article that lists five things for you to consider when choosing a document management system.