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[7 Oct 2008 | 2 Comments | ]

The days of paper textbooks in School classrooms are numbered. The prospect of being able to carry around all of your schools books on one electronic device — with the data backed up on the web, of course — will be too great for many to resist. How long will it take? Who knows, but 5-10 years is a reasonable guess.
With the release of the Kindle, Sony Reader, iRex Digital Reader and Plastic Logic Reader, among others, we are seeing the future home of textbooks taking shape. While some of the …

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[2 Oct 2008 | No Comment | ]

CMS WiRE, a web magazine focussed on content management, recently made the case for going paperless in an article titled Go Paperless, Save Money and the Planet. In the article they discuss how going “green”, through e-document manaement, has been gaining momentum, and how in a lot of ways this is the preferable option.
With an electronic document management system in place, staff all over, whether at headquarters or in sales offices, have the same instant and secure access to client files, as well as the ability to control access, audit user …

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[8 Sep 2008 | No Comment | ]

Despite decades of talk about the fabled paperless office, consumption of paper has continued to grow exponentially. In Australia, 1.4 million tonnes of printing and fine paper are used every year, with the average paper document being copied 19 times. And to add insult to injury, it’s estimated that only 11% of office paper is being recycled.
Enter Project Paper-less. An organization that’s making an audacious call-to-action for Australians to take up the challenge of reducing their paper usage at home and in the office.
Project Paper-less aims to:
Project Paper-less aims to …