I'm sure most of you noticed, as Doc did, that certain bulk mailing rates went up on April 17th, another attempt by the Postal Service to stop the flow of red ink. So with rates going up, what are bulk mailers to do?
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Doc's always sending large files to folks, and until now I've been using a special file-sending service for that purpose. But now, quanp has a drag-and-drop feature that allows quick sending of multiple large files (up to 500MB). The quanp send widget allows you to send files at any time right from your desktop, and recipients don't need to have a quanp account.
The Doc doesn't do drugs, but sometimes I still seek a mind-blowing experience. That's when I call on my friends at Ricoh, who can always turn me on to an unbelievable statistic about office life. Did you know, for example, that the average office worker spends up to half of their workday searching for information? Now that's a mind blower, and there's a free white paper to back it up.
Because document images are generally on the large side, digital imaging can be a strain on your computer's memory and disk storage. No one wants to wait hours just to send that one document over the network. Kind of an issue, right? But fret not, dear friends, for I have found some great tricks you can use to reduce these storage and bandwidth costs. Be sure to adopt these techniques to keep your computer a lean and mean document management machine:
I’m pleased to present to you number four in the Top 10 Excuses for Not Considering Document Management This Year series. Take a look at this video to see how document management can save trees, time, and money:While we’re on green territory, here are the Top 6 Reasons for Going Green with ECM according to AIIM:1.