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Every year businesses spend millions of dollars on copying documents and filing and even specific employees to do the filing of the documents. In 2009, rather then spending all that time and money on your business documents, why not switch over to digital archiving? It’s really not as complex as it sounds. In a nutshell, digital archiving is your taking the paper document and scanning it into a a digital copy that can be stored and filed away and re-opened at any time from any computer.

This ties in nicely with yesterday’s scanning idea in the free business ideas post. Entrepreneur has more.

What system do you use to keep your documents safe and secure?

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Originally posted by Jaclyn Wells on February 13, 2009 in Ideas.


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