Are you concerned about running into problems during your microfilm scanning project? Here are 7 common problems we see, and our solutions to help make you comfortable. Problems include costs, organization, and handing over your records to a scanning company.
Do you have questions about microfilm scanning? Here are our top 5 frequently asked questions that we answer for you, including "which type of microfilm do I have?" and "what are my digital conversion options?"
Do you find yourself wondering what to do with your outdated microfiche reader? Three available options are 1) digitize your microfiche, 2) get a new microfiche scanner, and 3) purge your microfiche records and scan-on-demand. Find out which option is best for you.
Do you know how your paper files get scanned? Our 9-step process includes unit tracking, preparation, scanning, and post-scan image processing to ensure you get the results you want and need.
Do you know the difference between microfilm and microfiche? Regardless of which material type is yours, having a basic knowledge of the similarities and differences can help you decide what to do with your records going forward. And if you're considering digital scanning, it can make a big difference in price!
Do you have a bunch of file boxes lying around that you want to get scanned? And do want to know how much paper scanning costs? 7 key factors influence what you'll pay, including the number of boxes to scan, the type of records you have, and the complexity of the indexing and file organization.
What will you really pay once your digitization project is complete? Learn the difference between upfront and total costs so you're not blindsided with a huge price tag and an overbudget project.
Do you want to know how much aperture card scanning costs? There are multiple factors that affect the price you'll pay, and understanding them can help you plan your digital conversion project. Take a look at the 9 factors that influence your aperture card scanning price.
Are you debating between scanning your hard copy records and putting (or keeping) them in storage? Read our article that compares the two solutions and decide which is best for you. We include 4 example scenarios to help you make sense of the options.
Learn about the history of microfilm, how it's being used today, and what the future holds for this archival preservation medium.