Smart Document Management Starts with Data Security

Today’s news is inundated with a growing number of cyber-attack and data intrusion stories. This trend is prompting government agencies and other institutions to harden security policies for companies with whom they are doing business. It’s in every company’s best interest to follow data security protocols in document management procedures to not only comply with… Read More »

Not Your Father’s OCR

You need to edit the text in a document, but the only copy you have is a bitmap file or a paper version. What can you do? You can type all the text in by hand, which is painfully tedious if there is a lot of text. Or, you can use Optical Character Recognition (OCR)… Read More »

Reducing the Municipal Archiving Footprint

Cities and towns have broad responsibilities for providing a variety of document services to their residents, from assessing property and managing taxes, to documenting who owns which Map/Lot. Paper documentation has reached its limits for storage, accuracy, and safety. Both administrators and residents are faced with the inefficiencies of working with the sheer volume of… Read More »

Managing Large-Format Documents

Large-format paper records, such as maps, blueprints, drawings, and images are a part of doing business. Architects and engineers use them, as do municipal/state/federal government agencies. But storing these dimensionally-large paper records take up a lot of space. Additionally, safely handling and preserving them over time can be a painstaking hassle. Wrinkles, tears and fading… Read More »