Transfer Microfilm To Digital Image For Secure And Convenient Archiving

Despite the fact that the modern world is largely becoming digital, businesses still generate an enormous amount of paperwork ranging from invoices and statements to technical data such as engineering drawings and blueprints every day. Until as recently as the 1990s microfilm microfiche, and aperture cards were the archiving standard of the business world as documents could be reduced to a fraction of their size for storage. Today, many organizations still make use of various forms of microformats that rely on expensive and outdated readers to view the contents.

Microfilm and microfiche scanning services bring data archiving to the digital age by converting documents to digital formats. By updating their records to a more portable and easily-accessible format, companies can create a more efficient archiving management system and free up space for other uses. Modern technology has made it possible to compress an entire library of data into a format that can be easily stored on a single device.

Chris Ferrer
Advanced Imaging Solutions
The Microfilm Depot
1776 N Pine Island Road, Suite 222,
Plantation Florida 33322
786-985-2047 Office
954-806-7842 Cell

A major advantage of microfilm and microfiche scanning is the ability to index key metadata, further increasing the value of digitized archives. Indexing makes it possible to quickly access and retrieve important information on almost any device such as a computer or smartphone. Digital files are easy to manage, share, and edit and don’t require any special readers or printers to magnify the data for viewing. When you transfer microfilm to digital image you ensure that your information is protected from damage and destruction that may occur in the future. Although microformats have a long life, they don’t last forever and take up a lot of space for storage where they are susceptible to damage from fire, flood, or mold. Storing a large number of documents on microfilm or microfiche is not cost-effective, safe or space-saving and it is probably a good idea to consider having them digitized. Converting your important data to a digital format will bring your company into the electronic age and save you time, money, and space.

Microfilm Scanning services can provide you with digitized documents that are properly indexed, making it possible to find information in a matter of seconds instead of hours or days. This means that employees are able to use their time more efficiently. Information can readily be accessed and read on personal computers or any other hand-held devices saving valuable time. Sensitive client information and confidential data can be protected and preserved for access by selected personnel only. In areas that are prone to natural disasters such as hurricanes, earthquakes or floods, archived materials can be stored off-site.

No matter if your order is large or small, we are sure to make your work life much more efficient once you are able to refer to your documents digitally.

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Even in today’s age of modern technology companies still, generate thousands of printed documents each year and storing them in their original format or on microfilm. Organizations and institutions that produce a great amount of data need document storage solutions that can save them time, money, and space. Storing books, journals, and documents on film is no longer the best way to preserve them. With advanced digital technology, professionals have found a better way to store company documents. One of the best ways is to store data on computer hard drives.

Microfilm Scanning services can transfer microfilm to digital image, making your business more efficient. When data from microfilm has been scanned and stored, many copies can be made for backups which can be stored in different locations for safety. If a problem occurs with the main computer where the original is stored, a copy can still be accessed which is not possible when microfilm gets corrupted or lost. This means that business owners no longer have to worry about vital documents being mislaid or lost over time.