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The Pros of Scientific Documents Scanning & Bio Engineering Documents Scanning

Jan 7th 2016 | Posted By: Webmaster

Do you work in the fields of science or bio engineering? If so then you are dealing with massive amounts of research, information, notes, and results. Keeping this information protected, safe, and easy to access makes you all the more successful. Without this organization and security you just aren’t able to do your job right. This is where scientific documents scanning services and bio engineering documents scanning services comes into play. It’s an area that is experiencing growth and interest from the scientific community, and for good reasons.

Let’s take a look at engineering documents and bio engineering documents in particular. These are the kinds of documents that contain a lot of detail, the documents themselves are usually large, and they can end up taking up a lot of space in your office. Electronic scanning on a wide-format high resolution scanner provides people with a digital file in DVD/CD format instead. Literally you can shred the paper...


Scanning Documents into PDF – Common Misconceptions

Jan 5th 2016 | Posted By: Webmaster

There are a number of common misconceptions circling the topic of scanning documents into PDF file format. While it sounds like a simple enough undertaking the fact is that there are a lot of questions, false information, and miscommunication taking place out there. The best place to go for answers is a professional document scanning services provider.

Some may feel that the process is involved, confusing, and just too much of a chore to take on. This couldn’t be further from the truth. “The process is simple,” states eRecordsUSA, a document and book scanning service provider.”You gather your documents together, and box them up,” says the company. That’s literally all you have to worry about. In fact, some companies such as eRecordsUSA will even come and pick up your documents so you can cross that off your list as well.

Another misconception is that you don’t get a choice about what file format your documents are scanned...

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