If you're still relying on paper-heavy processes and the associated storage systems, an audit could spell disaster. While misfiled or lost paper documents are never convenient, during an audit a lost document could mean penalties and an audit that could stretch on much longer than you'd like.
High-profile security breaches may be nothing new, but that doesn't mean your company needs to be a hacker's next victim.
Knowing which office equipment technology to choose from a sea of options can be a little overwhelming. First, you need to decide which technology partner meets your requirements, then choosing a trusted local vendor is the next logical move. From there, your type of business will play a significant role in determining which technologies will help you meet your goals. Below are three we think provide some key advantages.
The paperless office. We've been throwing the phrase around since 1978, but are we any closer to closing the gap as the year 2016 draws to an end?
If your goals to go paperless have become little more than an annoying and persistent inconvenience, perhaps it's time to reassess the benefits.
In every paper-based filing system there's an endless print-copy-staple-file cycle that's inefficient, costly, and, frankly, straight out of the 70s. Why are we still doing this?
A Document Management Program from Gobin's can help you break free from the outdated paper processes that are holding your company back.
There's more than one way to acquire a new multifunction printer for your office, and each method has its pros and cons. For one business, a cash purchase may seem to be better than monthly lease payments. Your choice will depend upon your budget, your current requirements, and the offerings provided by your vendor.
While your definition of "essential technology" may differ widely from that of your colleague down the street, there are a few technologies no firm should do without.
Don't Do Without These Three
Even if you're known for shying away from new technology, there are some basics you shouldn't be without. For most law practices, the following three technologies fall squarely into that category.
If you're still on the fence about the paperless office and Electronic Document Management, the CIO of Wisconsin's Public Utility Commission can testify to its success. His full report, Creating a Paperless Public Utility Commission: The Wisconsin Experience is well worth reading.