Archive for February, 2013

, With so many papers, some doctors carry around suitcases

With so many papers, some doctors carry around suitcases

Some healthcare providers were forced to keep files in suitcases, due to the extreme number of paper documents needed. 

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, New dual-scanning technology released by Samsung

New dual-scanning technology released by Samsung

Samsung announced new line of scanners with the ability to scan both sides of a document simultaneously. 

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, How to correct a 1099 mistake

How to correct a 1099 mistake

For the many contractors receiving 1099 forms, here's what to do if there's a mistake. 

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, City council saves $17,000 each year by going paperless

City council saves $17,000 each year by going paperless

Though it cost $20,000 for the iPads and updated wireless features, in 2012, the first year of being paperless saved the Columbus city council more than $17,000 in paper, ink and other costs.

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, To cut back on costs, USPS ending Saturday service

To cut back on costs, USPS ending Saturday service

Since so many already rely on email and other forms of online communication, having fewer mail options now that the USPS will be cutting Saturday mail deliveries will likely encourage others to do the same.

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, Iowa clinic learns the advantages of going paperless

Iowa clinic learns the advantages of going paperless

The Family Health Care of Siouxland Indian Hills Clinic in Sioux City, Iowa began using electronic records in 2006. Now that the entire system is electronic, the manger explained a number of differences in how the hospital office operates.

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, Procrastinating on your taxes? What to do now.

Procrastinating on your taxes? What to do now.

After an Iowa government agency sent out more than 15,000 forms with wrong ID numbers last week and many penalties for tax mistakes have increased, tax season is not the time to procrastinate, and one article from the Wall Street Journal's Market Watch explains what to do now.

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, In addition to football pads, NFL teams will now be using iPads

In addition to football pads, NFL teams will now be using iPads

For this year's Super Bowl, the Baltimore Ravens players will be using iPads and an application called GamePlan in replace of their 20-pound playbooks.

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