Is Scanning Right for Small Businesses?


As a small business, you're probably used to solutions that just aren't designed for you or your needs--and that can get frustrating. What's even more frustrating is the solutions that claim they're good for your business and then turn out to be a one-size-fits-all situation where you're not getting what you need. Luckily, there's one big exception, and it's a perfect fit: scanning.

Scanning like a Pro: 4 Tips for Choosing Scanners


There's a reason that scanning has become a fan-favorite among businesses of all shapes and sizes: it's simple, yet powerful. Scanning allows you to take all those stacks of paper and turn them into neat, easy-to-organize digital files that can be shared, secured, and even deleted at the click of a button.

Of course, before you can bid adieu to your file cabinets, you'll need to know what that perfect scanner looks like. Here are a few tips to get you started!

A Crash-Course in Document Scanning


What is document scanning, why is it such a big deal, and how can you get started? Today we'll be answering these questions and more in this crash-course in document scanning!

Everything You Need to Know

Document scanning has one big claim to fame: it's simple. You can take a huge stack of papers and turn them into one neat, organized, and secure folder on your computer--all with one stress-free solution. Here's everything you need to know about document scanning!

Scanning for Schools


Scanning is a great solution for organizations of all shapes and sizes, but how does it measure up when it comes to the education system? Let's take a look at scanning for schools!

Why Scan?

Schools go through a lot of paper on a day-to-day basis. Assignments, student records, internal communication, flyers, and informational documents--soon you're up to your nose in papers! While that can be a real problem for workflows and organization, it's also a strain on budgets and bad news for the environment. So what can be done about this paper debacle?


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