Archive for the ‘Document Imaging’ Category

Second office Opened in Raleigh, NC!

We recently just opened the doors to a second office in Raleigh, North Carolina!  We are pleased to be servicing this area quicker without moving files!  Please give us a call to find out more and how we are eager to help with your Imaging needs!

Gold vs. Paper Currency

Gold.  Everyone has been talking about it.  You’ve seen the commercials, heard the ads, and read the articles.  Gold has become such a huge buzz topic in recent years, but why?  It’s not like it has not been around for thousands of years.  Why all of the sudden interest in gold?  For that matter, why […]

Thanksgiving Come and Gone: Stop and smell the turkey people!

Alas, Thanksgiving has come and gone.  So quickly does this time of year flit across the dashboard of our busy lives, only to be replaced by the next big thing.  We have to wait an entire year for another magical time of pumpkin pie, turkey, love, family, and relaxation.  I think we should all breathe […]

Top 10 Work Motivators

You see it happen all the time. A student, coworker or subordinate lies and calls in sick because they don’t feel like working and are on vacation. Hard work and work satisfaction must be physically learned, not taught, in order for people to appreciate and find value in it. According the work Theory X as […]

Fundamentals of Decision-Making

Chocolate or vanilla, business or biology, To date or not to date. Some choices in life are easier than others, and some can be virtually paralyzing when considering their impact—such as a significant move, a new relationship or a job change. Leaders do not make decisions until they consider their costs and impact. Essential Questions […]

Organize Your Life

Organizing is defined as deciding how best to group organizational activities and resources. Organization affects all areas of life, from your bedroom to your business and beyond. “Anything is commonly considered organized when it looks like everything has a correct order or placement. But it’s only ultimately organized if any element has no difference on […]

Back to School

The time has come. After going to camps and vacationing for the summer, school has started back up! This time can get somewhat anxious for not just the kids but also for parents. You have a million things to do before and after your child starts back up in school. Here’s a helpful list to […]

Voter ID Laws

In the vital presidential election of 2012, voter ID laws have come to the forefront of American politics. Voter ID laws require identification to receive a ballot for an election. Exactly what they need to show varies. Some states require a government-issued photo, while in others a current utility bill or bank statement is sufficient. […]

Curious Galactic Objects: Black Holes

After eight years of planning, eight months of interplanetary space flight, and seven minutes of sheer terror during touchdown, the Mars Rover Curiosity landed safely on the surface of Mars on August 6th, 2012.  The Mars mission, what NASA’s director of the Mars Exploration Program called “the Super Bowl of planetary exploration,” is scheduled to […]

What did we do before Facebook?

The New “Status” Quo “How on earth did we stalk our exes, remember our co-workers’ birthdays, bug our friends, and play a rousing game of Scrabulous before Facebook?” Entertainment Weekly succinctly captures the fundamental question of our highly technological society:  how would we communicate if not online?  In our last blog we pondered a world […]