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How do you want to find your documents?

Document Capture Drives Search in SharePoint One of the first stages in planning for any scanned image repository is to ask the question: How do you want to find your documents?  Theories vary on best practices, but here are a

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Posted in capture, document management, ecm

Poll Results: What type of scanners are companies using to scan to SharePoint?

Conducted a poll over about 3 months, and wanted to see what type of devices people were using to scan to Microsoft SharePoint.  The results are in tune with what I see in the field, as folks are using a

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Posted in capture, scanning, sharepoint, sharepoint 2010

Ooops. Did we backup the file cabinets?

If you look at the headlines over the past few years, you cannot help but notice the number of natural disasters that have occurred. In my conferences with IT and Departmental Management, I always pose the question when discussing business

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Posted in capture, Disaster Recovery, distributed scanning, ecm, imaing

The Two Most Popular Features for Scanning to SharePoint

So, when I look at all the customers I have worked with, and examine the feature sets that are most applied in a SharePoint environment, there are two that stand out: Routing Sheets and Advanced Data Extraction.  I would say

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Posted in capture, routing, scanning, sharepoint 2010

Webinar: Paperless and SharePoint

Bridging the Gap Series:  Microsoft, Nintex, PSIGEN, Canon and Eastridge technology Partners https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/709652592

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Posted in BPM, capture, nintex, office 365, office 365 scanning, scanning, sharepoint 2010, sharepoint online, workflow

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

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

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