Scanning is a great solution, but it can't solve all your security problems on its own. Many scanned documents should be shredded afterward to keep sensitive data safe. Today, we'll help you identify which files should go straight to the shredder.
There are so many reasons why scanning is quickly becoming every company's best friend. Read on to see how scanning can help you get organized, go digital, and even boost security in your workplace!
It's not every day that you find a solution combining efficiency and environmental friendliness, but scanning is just that. Let's find out how scanning can help you take care of the environment as well as your workflows!
There are a lot of challenges involved with archiving documents, but most companies have one big question: what is the best format to use? Today, we're here to tell you about one great option--PDF/A format--and why it could put your archiving worries to rest.
Scanning is one of those document management solutions that can be called "simple" and "painless"--which means the most difficult thing about it is remembering the long list of great benefits! Today we'll show you the highlights so you know exactly what to expect when you implement scanning solutions.
It wasn't very long ago that printers printed, copiers copied, and scanners scanned--and that was it. Each machine had its own simple functions and certainly didn't talk to mobile devices or operate on a network. The good news is that we've come pretty far since those days--but, while multifunction devices have all kinds of benefits, it can be difficult to choose between them. Today, we're here to change that.
When today's printers do so much more than just "print," you're left with a lot of options as a buyer. Which functions do you need? What make and model is best for your business? How can you choose a perfect multifunction printer (MFP) that will fit in with your network, your other machines, and your mobile devices? Today we'll answer all these questions and more.
Paperwork always gets a bad rep in most offices. In reality, paperwork is one of the essential pieces to your business’ crucial data and information. With so much sensitive information stored on the documents in your office, protecting them is a high priority.
The amount of sensitive or confidential information that your business is a bit mind-boggling: Social Security numbers, credit cards, pay stubs, checks, contact information, and more.
Most businesses dream of the day they can finally go paperless and streamline into the more eco-friendly and more efficient digital world. Getting rid of as many paper processes is the goal, but most businesses struggle making that a reality for their daily workflows. At EDGE Business Systems, we know how to bridge the gap between paper and digital documents with Scanning Services.
The implementation of digital documents has enhanced modern business functions. With ease, employees can save, share, and edit documents faster than ever done before, because of digitalization and cloud networks. However, transitioning to a more-paperless company is more difficult than often expected because knowing the right devices and processes required is not common knowledge.