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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Should I use folders in SharePoint? I am always in search of opinions on the use of folders within SharePoint. Arguments For Folders in SharePoint: End users are comfortable with them. The transition to any new technology is always easier,…
So you want to use Microsoft SharePoint as storage for scanned images? Take a quick breath and don’t charge in too fast, as there are many facets of this type of project that need to be considered.
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Additional new capabilities include web-based scanning and page-manipulation, side-by-side document reviewing, support for more than 200 additional formats with a new rendition server, as well as various performance and feature improvements. These new features add to a robust set of existing capabilities that improve how users view, markup, index, compare, search, print, collaborate, and scan documents and images inside of SharePoint.