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June 8, 2018

As Hurricane Season begins, it is important to remind our friends and colleagues to not only stock up on food and batteries but to also protect your valuable documents.

Not only those documents at home (birth, marriage, death certificates, passports, etc) but at the office too (letters of incorporation, share certificates, active client work). 

Often it is...

December 12, 2017

#1 Time - Spend It Wisely:

A typical worker spends 51 minutes per day looking for paper records, more than 4 hours a week!  What other things could they be doing?  Digitization of paper records, and ultimately the storage of digitally born records, reduces the search time down to less than a minute, from the comfort of a desk.  No more distracted walks to...

November 9, 2017

Today is World Paper Free Day 2017.  Since November 2010, AIIM has celebrated and promoted World Paper Free Day.  It's not about switching all printers off for the day, it's about re-imagining your day with LESS paper.  Reconfiguring how you deal with the information you receive on a daily basis, either at home or at the office.

Did you know the avera...

May 15, 2017

Friday 12th May 2017, hackers carried out the biggest cyberattack ever.  It reached hundreds of thousands of computers in over 150 countries.

Allegedly stolen from the National Security Agency, malware called WannaCry was emailed and affects Microsoft Windows systems.  Once WannaCry enters a PC it locks all the files it finds and demands money to unlock th...

March 30, 2017

​​The collection and organization of data are an integral and critical part of the research process.  Yet, compiling research data is a tricky business.   Computer files, paper files, unstructured data, handwritten notes, charts and tables, audio files, large format documents, photographs and video all need organization and searchability to be valuable in...

March 20, 2017

The federal court system has used the PDF standard since 1995 for the submission and retention of federal court filings. They have recognized the importance of moving to the PDF/A standard to ensure long-term archiving. The State of Florida has also adopted the PDF/A standard for its statewide court record repository. This standard is becoming more widely...

March 14, 2017

It seems like every department has them – those large 4 drawer cabinets.  Some departments even have whole rooms full of files that can include old student files, personnel files, research data and/or patient files.  And when you need to find those files, you dread spending a lot of time finding what you need.  

In the digital age, we all kn...

March 6, 2017

Eligible Organizations:  town and county records offices, libraries, museums, historical societies, archival repositories, cultural organizations, and colleges and universities

At Micrographics, the care and preservation of your documents is our utmost concern.  To that end, we’d like to inform you of two National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) grant p...

As the adoption of body-worn cameras increases, law enforcement offices all over the United States are facing the challenge of what to do with all that data.  To give you an idea of the problem, one 30-minute video takes up approximately 800 MB of storage space. 

In Oakland, Calif., the city’s Police Department has 600 body cameras in the field and as...

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