How to Plan Storage Needs When Moving from File Cabinets to Hard Disk—Why Invoices Are a Key Indicator

August 10 2009

If you're implementing document imaging technology, it's a fairly safe bet your storage requirements are going to increase. This article describes an easy way to determine the added demand, and provide some viable options to meet it. The discussion is framed within these five areas:

1.      Capacity Planning

2.      Backup Strategy

3.      Repository Options

4.      SharePoint

5.      Disaster Recovery

About David Guilbault

David Guilbault is Director, Customer and ISV Development for ImageTag, where he is responsible for managing customer and partner relationships, as well as insuring their success with the company's KwikTag solution. Previously, David headed Product Management at ImageTag, where he was instrumental in transforming a patented idea into a software platform that is applicable to every document, user and business. Prior to joining ImageTag, David spent eight years with Xerox. This tenure gave him an inherent knowledge of documents and their importance to an organization. With more than two decades in technical sales, systems engineering and product management, David has invaluable expertise in helping customers streamline their business processes using technology. David is a U.S. patent holder with a degree in Computer Science from the University of Southern Maine.

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DavonPansel's picture

It is important to plan a better key for storage devices for backing-up important information and files. It is the process of making copies of these data which may be used to restore the original if a data loss happens. Quality data storage such as hard disk drives and USB that contains massive space is preferred for this purpose.