Document management is great, but it can come with a few difficulties. Keep an eye out for these three pain points when you implement document management in your organization.
Getting ready to start a paper scanning project? Here are four ideas to help you prepare and be ready to make your project a success.
Do you know how to properly dispose of your digital files and data? Make sure you're using secure methods of deletion and sanitation to protect your records.
Find out the differences between PDF and TIFF files and how they could influence your scanning project. Size, security, adjustability, and more!
Find out what it means to have your digital images "framed," how it's done, and the benefits of cropping and framing.
Scanning your microfiche? Understand "source" vs. "duplicate" fiche sets, how to tell the difference, and how it can affect your project.
Find out the costs of a small paper scanning project along with the deliverable you'll receive, the process to get it done, and other options you have available to you.
The chain of custody of your records is a critical component during a digital conversion project. Learn what to ask about and how to evaluate a company's chain of custody methods.
When you scan your records, should you convert them to bitonal (black/white) or grayscale images? Some considerations include your desired end result, quality, and the size of the files.
California's AB-1466 requires the State’s County Recorders to find a way to remove “restrictive covenants” in their official records. Learn what this means and how to comply.