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.
Digital conversion projects can be intimidating, but that doesn’t mean that they’re not manageable. To improve your chances of success, and also keep your stress levels down, utilize the Building Block Approach to digitization.
Learn all you need to know about book scanning: the various types of books, methods to scan books, benefits to scanning, and the scanning process.
Subcontractors are partners who execute critical digitization tasks, at scale, to help successfully complete projects. Learn about how they’re involved in digital conversion projects and what you can expect.
Data extraction and integration helps you utilize your data effectively. Learn about solutions and how to choose a partner to extract and integrate your data.