The issue of having a paper less office is more than meets the eye. It’s less about having “less paper” and more about better collaboration, communication and finding faster the information you need. These are some of the benefits of the all illusive paper office.
Law firms deal with a lot of paper and when a law office goes “paper less” we should all take note.
Lawyer & Blogger Dennis Kennedy writes that one of the first things businesses should do is buy a copy of Adobe Professional 1. Buy an appropriate number of licenses for Adobe Acrobat 8 Professional. And I do mean that you should spend the extra money on the Adobe Acrobat 8 Professional version. This way you’ll use PDF as your standard format. You can scan directly into Acrobat, and it will index your PDF files, optimize file sizes, and let you organize and manage the files. It’s a powerful all-in-one solution. Familiarize yourself with all the features of Acrobat 8 Professional and I think you’ll agree. Note, too, that PDF is becoming a standard in electronic discovery as well as electronic filing.
He gives a few other points here in a January 3rd post which you’ll have to scroll down to see.
Also check out this presentation from someone else on the paper office.
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