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Scanned Document Migration to SharePoint

Seeing a ton of customers use this tool for migrating documents to SharePoint: Advertisements

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Posted in capture, office 365 scanning, sharepoint 2010, sharepoint online

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

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

Scanning to a Nintex Workflow in SharePoint: Mail Room Routing

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Posted in BPM, capture, nintex, 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

8 Hot Trends in SharePoint Scanning, Capture and Imaging

SharePoint Scanning and Capture Trends

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Posted in capture, OCR, routing, scanning, sharepoint

SharePoint and OCR

Good post: OCR Software and Microsoft SharePoint

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