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Barcodes and Scanning: How barcodes can automate the SharePoint Scanning Process

Scanning to SharePoint with Barcodes I am seeing more and more creative barcode usage in “tagging” documents and driving them into the correct place in SharePoint.  With the right capture solution, barcodes can be used to: Dynamically build the destination

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Mobile Capture using SkyDrive?

Mobile capture seems to be the hot topic with many companies trying to get out of the gate quickly, enabling remote users to leverage phones, iPads, tablets, etc. to capture images and upload them to repositories.   Below is a

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Barcodes and SharePoint: What, Why and How

Barcodes and Microsoft SharePoint Barcodes and SharePoint can be a great combination, and can provide some really slick automation when working with all types of documents are even images.  Asking yourself how the heck you would use a barcode in

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SharePoint Scanning Planning – Part 2 – Separation

Document Examination and Separation One of the key steps in preparing for document scanning and capture is to identify how you will separate or split documents.  What is separation and how does it work?  Details below: For those of you

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Document Routing and Microsoft SharePoint

See a ton of companies struggling with the question:  How do i get my copiers to scan to SharePoint? I go back and forth on the idea of panel applications that enable intelligent routing at the copier.  It always comes

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SharePoint Document Scanning and 2D Barcodes

I have had a ton of inquiries on where to find the barcodes I have shown in my previous post – Using 2D Barcodes when Scanning into SharePoint.  There is a great site that lets you create these at the

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