Archive for May, 2013

, VA files mismanaged

VA files mismanaged

Former employees at a VA office have said the office had a poor records management system. 

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, Tennessee manuals go paperless to prevent errors

Tennessee manuals go paperless to prevent errors

A new paper-based system has allowed the Tennessee Department of Safety & Homeland Security to cut down on errors when training bus drivers. 

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, Document scanning services can help small businesses prepare for the new tax year

Document scanning services can help small businesses prepare for the new tax year

Digital documents often help businesses stay organized. 

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, EMR use growing among doctors

EMR use growing among doctors

A new survey found that nearly all U.S. physicians have begun using EMR​s. 

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, Helping insurance companies go paperless

Helping insurance companies go paperless

The insurance industry relies heavily on paper, even though other sectors have gone paperless. 

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, Creating an easily scannable survey

Creating an easily scannable survey

When creating a survey, making sure that words aren't too close together can help when processing the forms.

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, New Android feature includes scanner with optical character-recognition technology

New Android feature includes scanner with optical character-recognition technology

Android's new Google Drive feature will allow users to scan documents into readable PDFs. 

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, Absentee ballots unlikely to go paperless

Absentee ballots unlikely to go paperless

Though most voting processes are digital, paper surveys are still used for absentee votes and for those unable to access or use a computer. 

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, The many advantages of social collaboration software

The many advantages of social collaboration software

With social collaboration tools, all employers, no matter how powerful, have the ability to be heard.

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, Data scanning technology can read nearly all pieces of mail

Data scanning technology can read nearly all pieces of mail

Improved document scanning technology has allowed the USPS to cut down on almost all its processing centers that handle messy handwriting.

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