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The Paperless Office

Is the office of the future really going to be paperless?...A Little Paper Humor The Paperless Office will come around about same time we see the Paperless Bathroom

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Tackling the Home Office Operation

Okay, admit it, I’m probably describing your office space at home. Instead of filling them away in a paper file-based system, and I do call that “system” loosely, you can make your office a digital, paperless office

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Urban Myths: The Paperless Office

Whatever happened to the paperless office? For many years now, the term “paperless office” has been touted as the future of a typical business environment (i.e., “someday there will be no paper…”)

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Flying Cars and the Paperless Office

Not so many years ago people were saying we’d have flying cars, phones without wires and a paperless office...How many of you believed the promise of a paperless office? There’s nothing wrong with a vision for a paperless office

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When Two Worlds Collide: The Paperless Office and Twitter

Many organizations are looking at the paperless office as a way to become more efficient, reduce costs and minimize risk...The Need Office Space blog recently provided five simple tips on creating the perfect paperless office

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Can Touchless Processing at the Point of Origination™ End the Paperless Office Debate?

Like the proverbial dead horse, the “paperless office” is a term that still elicits endless beatings...Paper documents are key drivers at the Point of Origination and the “office” is one of the critical locations where business processes begin

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Twas the night I lost documents

The office space limited, on floor and on desk; Makes finding anything quite grotesque

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Dear Steve - Paper Still Matters

Paper is NOT going away In 20 or 30 years if we have a truly paperless office (and a perhaps a flying car ) then we have done a truly great thing...The stats bear this out with this post on The Paperless Office

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Ten Benefits of Going Paperless

Paperless businesses improve the security of documents, while increasing office efficiency...On average, office staff spend about one hour per month searching for and replacing files

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