Education Center - Learn More about Records and Document Management

We want to educate the world on why Records and Document Management is such a crucial piece of an effective business strategy, and as a result, we wrote the book on it. Below, find an excerpt of "Practical Records Management for the Busy Professional", our free eBook. Also, you can register for a free copy by clicking the link to the right or filling our our short registration form. In addition, be sure to check out our blog for more information and the latest tips and tricks for effective Records Management.

In addition to our eBook, our team is constantly staying close to the relevant developments and changes in the industry and we want to help share this information with you. Below you'll find a series of articles our team has built to help you with you better understand Document and Records Management.

  • Medical Record Reference Guide - Providing an overview of the Past, Present, and Future of Medical Charts. This overview is designed to educate users on why Medical Records are so important, how they came about, and where they're headed in the future.
  • Guide to Microforms - If you're confused about what type of Microfilm or Microfiche you may have, you're not alone. Microforms are defined as a microreproduction of any type of picture or document to be viewed, stored, or printed. Generally, microform images and documents are stored at 25 percent of their original size on film or paper. Microforms are common in libraries and other archives, where space is limited but information is great.
  • How To Keep Your Files Organized -  Computers have made our lives easier in many respects but they still intimidate. One area of computer use that many people find frustrating is saving files and then trying to access them later. "Where did my computer put that file, anyway??"
  • Delivering Paper Medical Charts to the Digital Age - A lot is made about the advent of the Electronic Medical Record, and with good reason. The technology that allows medical practitioners to access real-time information and patient history with the click of a mouse has already proven itself and undoubtedly helped to save lives.
  • A Guide to SGML (Standard Generalized Markup Language) - Around the world today, the need for information is strongly felt. Information needs to be created, distributed, accessed and utilized for a complete revolution to be made in any sector of the nation. Hence, there comes the need to accurately manage information, no matter how bulky the data contained may be. And if this need calls for the use of an automated system, then SGML can be a useful tool.
  • The Library of Congress - A Closer Look - The Library of Congress (LOC), located in Washington, D.C., is the world's largest library. Founded in 1800 by Congress, the library contains not only books, but also recordings, maps, photographs, and manuscripts. With a rich history the LOC has been the storage place of many one of a kind documents, of both historical and cultural importance. In this massive collection, readers can find at least one copy of every fiction and non-fiction work published, this collection shadows any library in existence. Recently, the LOC was provided with the "Fire Hose" Twitter Stream, of all Tweets ever made.