How Are You Protecting Your Data?

By | Business Process Automation

All businesses, no matter the size, need to take measures to help prevent attacks and have a set plan ready to go in case one does occur. No company or individual can be 100% protected from cyber security threats. With today’s technology and capabilities securing the information of your company, clients and personnel will not only give you peace of mind but could potentially save you money in the future.

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Is Your Data Safe From A Cyber Emergency?

By | Business Process Automation

Do not fall behind your competitors and risk losing your important data. In today’s complex digital world, you never know if or when your organization will experience a cyber-emergency. The best thing your organization can do to protect themselves from a cyber-emergency is ensure you take preventive measures to securely protect your data from potential threats.

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Converting Paper Records

Converting Paper Records Into Electronic Files.

By | Business Process Automation

According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the average office worker uses 10,000 sheets of paper each year. When multiplied across every employee in an office, paper files quickly become overwhelming. Work with virtually any scanner you have on hand to create crystal clear electronic images of all of your paper files and documents to clear out messy file rooms, to better protect information from disaster, and to save money on document management.

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Data Storage

10 Benefits of BPO for Your Company!

By | Business Process Automation

Document Capture Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) organizations and service bureaus have a unique set of needs when it comes to advanced capture software. As these companies often serve a wide range of clients in various industries, they require a level of versatility and scalability that can be difficult to find with most capture programs.

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When Is the Right Time to Scan My Microfilm?

By | Services

Has your company had a portion of its microfilm backlog scanned and chose to leave the rest on film? Why? Was it the cost of conversion services? Was it because the film not converted to digital was considered not to be active enough to justify the cost? Or was the time frame to convert all of your film too long?

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