These links and summaries about going paperless were compiled by my assistant in India. (In an upcoming article I’ll be talking about what it is like to work with a virtual assistant.)
- 6 tips for a ‘paperless’ office – Joseph Anthony
People get greater return on their hardware, software and technology investments while they partially get rid of the paper clutter. The author focuses on 6 basic things that one has to remember while moving to a paperless office. The reader gets the pointers to remember while shifting to a paperless home or business office; he is also familiarized with the benefits.
- Acrobat to a Paperless Office – Julie Starr
This article focuses on the benefits of technology for moving to a paperless office. In comparison to any other software, author vouches for Acrobat. The wide range of built-in capabilities would enable the user to add annotations, track reviews, merge multiple PDF files, or add custom headers and footers. Illustrative examples are given to familiarize the reader with the various acrobat options available. The benefit of using acrobat is huge in comparison to the shortcomings pointed out by the author.
- The Concept of the paperless office (d,a,n) – Maricon Williams
The article brings to light the motive of different authors in having a paperless office. While we foresee an office without paper, the benefits involved cannot be overlooked. The author discusses on three advantage involved in having paperless office but at the same time also alerts the reader of the risk involved. The author’s viewpoint is also featured along with the opinion of many authors on this subject.
- Rethinking Paperless: Efficient Alternatives For The Not-So-Paperless Office – Bill Brikiatis
While one desires to set up an office with less paper or paperless, few questions are bound to attack. The author has presented his viewpoint on this subject in the form of question and answer. From the feasibility of the idea to cite an example of a firm, which has successfully moved to become paperless has been mentioned in this article. Opinion on usage of apt tool is shared by the author that can minimize the paper-clutter and thereby enhance service efficiency.
- The real paperless office – Joe Kissell
You might be lost when you are asked to aim for paperless office. This article acts as a guide to help you set it up with more ease. Based on personal experience, the author lists the steps involved in having an organized office with less paper. The reader gets enlightened on selecting the right hardware, software with appropriate configurations and the best suited process.