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As you return to work, you may be wondering about the proper techniques for disinfecting your multifunction printer or copier devices. The good news is recommendations for sanitizing are consistent with the usual cleaning procedures we suggest for everyday use. Below you will find a handy guide which includes pre-checks as well as control panel and external cover sanitation procedures that both KDI and our service partners suggest. Please review fully prior to purchasing cleaners or beginning any cleaning.
While all document management solutions are not the same, there are best practices you can apply to each of them to help get the most out of the one you choose.
Know your documents, processes, and workflows — To ensure your document management solution is properly configured and meets your needs, it’s essential that you know your documents and how they are utilized within your processes and workflows. The average company has a wide variety of documents stored in different places, so it’s important to have a solid understanding of your files and forms.
Your business has already turned to document management to eliminate paper from your office. You’re now realizing the many benefits of storing, archiving, and managing documents and files digitally, improving both efficiency and productivity within your organization. But are you sure you are maximizing your return on investment (ROI)? Here are the best practices you should follow to ensure you maximize the ROI from your document management solution.
The explosion of digital technology has provided countless benefits to today’s businesses. With Document Management, you have unprecedented power to manage, store, and access your digital business documents. Following a few best practices will ensure that you make the most of your investment in a Document Management solution.
Develop a smart metadata strategy — Not unlike paper documents, without a smart system, digital documents can become unwieldy piles of data. With Document Management, accessing a document is facilitated by what it is, rather than where it is. This means that each file should have all pertinent data properly indexed in order to be found, such as customer identification, dates, project names, and other keywords. Systems with smart, relevant metadata strategies make it easy to search, display, and organize documents.
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