Document Management

Planning Your Digital and Hard-Copy Processes

Many businesses are finding themselves moving from hard-copies to digital copies in a world that is becoming more and more technology-driven. Now with two types of mediums to handle, managing the information and documents can become a confusing and tedious task. Besides the environmental benefits that a paperless document...

How to Get Organized at Work

One of the biggest complaints when it comes to the workforce, is working in unorganized offices. Working through clutter can be challenging, and ultimately make your job more difficult. There are some easy tips you can follow to help you get organized at work, and enjoy the calm atmosphere....

Professional Document Management Strategies

From small local businesses to large corporations, there are certain records that must be maintained. A loss or breach of your information could result in severe consequences to your business. Thinking about the number and types of documents a business is required to keep track of can become quite...

The 4 Key Steps in The Scanning Process

There are 4 key steps when it comes to the scanning process. When the whole process is broken down by step, it really makes the whole transformation less intimidating. Here we go over every step in detail and give you a better understanding of what will be expected as...

Digital Files vs. Paper Files

Choosing the right system to manage the important records for your business can tend to get confusing. Not too long ago, there was no choice other than trying to figure out the best way to organize the piles of paper that never seemed to end. Some businesses still prefer...

Preparing for Long-Term Document Storage

Picking an offsite storage facility for long-term document storage can be overwhelming. However, there are steps you can follow and questions you can ask to ensure you are picking the right long-term storage facility. A long-term storage facility should provide you with easy and convenient access. Consider the importance of...

Why Is Indexing Important When I Scan My Documents?

Digitizing Documents allows for quick and easy retrieval, saves space, and provides security, legal compliance, and disaster recovery. In order to reap all these benefits, a company must have a clear and concise indexing system. Anyone can scan documents and create document images – but to make sure they’re easy to...

Maintaining your Dental Records

Dental practices are required by law to produce and maintain adequate patient records. Failure to do so can expose the practice to significant risks and liabilities. After scanning and indexing your dental records into an electronic medical record (EMR) system, it is important to maintain an organized record management plan that...

Migrating from Paper to Electronic Medical Records

Managing any office’s important documents is important, but when it comes to medical records, it is crucial that they are up to date and handled responsibly. Not only are these records crucial for your business practices, but they also contain information in regards to hundreds (if not thousands) of...