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SharePoint Missing Component: Viewers and Scanned Documents

SharePoint Image Viewers So, coming from the document management and ECM industry, one major feature I find SharePoint lacking when it comes to working with scanned documents is an inline viewer.  Even the most rudimentary document management systems allow you

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Posted in imaging, sharepoint, sharepoint 2010, viewing

Scan2Go-Mobile Document Management for SharePoint

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HkSJfD-MP8U&list=UULt4zK9WRsLjVgIU9kLV5CA&index=1&feature=plcp

iPad Doc Man Sync’ed from SharePoint

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Posted in ecm, imaging, ipad, mobile capture, sharepoint 2010

What is “Bridging the Gap”?

 The movement towards an office with less paper and more efficiency can be quite difficult, and with the wrong tools can end in failure.  The key challenge is a process I call “Bridging the Gap”, which uses several applications to

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Posted in capture, document management, imaging, nintex, routing, sharepoint, sharepoint 2010, sharepoint online, workflow

Imaging File Size Comparison for Planning – Color and DPI

When planning for scanning to SharePoint, here is a quick matrix for the impact DPI and color can have on file size, and the size of your content DBs. Scanning Mode/DPI File Size Black and White – 200 DPI 26K

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Posted in imaging, scanning, sharepoint 2010, sizing, storage

5 Tips for Optimizing Image Size When Scanning to SharePoint

I find quite a few customers are not optimizing their scanning process, and creating very large image files, slamming their network and bloating their content databases.  Below are 5 tips to live by when Scanning to SharePoint: Scanning at anything

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Posted in imaging, sharepoint 2010, storage

PDFs and SharePoint: What is recommended??

Scanning PDFs? 5 Steps to Follow When scanning to SharePoint, capturing pre-existing images, and creating searchable PDFs, there are several things you should make sure you can enable in your capture software.  Below is a laundry list: PDF + Hidden

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Posted in imaging, OCR, office 365, PDF, scanning, sharepoint 2010

PSIGEN Releases PSI:Capture 4.0

Ok, talk about a game changer.  Take a look at version 4.0 of PSI:Capture, the new release from the mature document capture company has over 100 new features.  It provides the ability to perform Intelligent Character Recognition (ICR) to read

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Posted in capture, centralized scanning, distributed scanning, document sets, ICR, imaging, OCR, OMR, routing, scanning, sharepoint, sharepoint 2010

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