Quotables: 5 Steps for Organizing Your Paperless Office (Young Upstarts)

Principal Farica Chang’s guest blog for Young Upstarts stresses the importance of planning and security when moving to a paperless office—or starting an archival project.

Some questions to help direct your planning stage are the following:

What exactly do you want to digitize? Which physical copies will be shredded and what will be preserved? What do you want the digital folder hierarchy to look like? Are you going to scan in-house or outsource the job?

Do you have a historical document collection that you’d like to make more accessible, relevant, and impactful? Anderson Archival uses proprietary methods to digitize collections so they are easily searchable, ultimately accessible, and even more meaningful to a wide audience. Let us help you preserve your legacy today! Give us a call at 314.259.1900 or email us at info@andersonarchival.com.

What are Quotables? This is a category in our posts to highlight any professional publications that benefit from our expert archivist experience and quote us in articles for their readers. 

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