Yearly Archives: 2013

For my latest blog, I turned to one of FileSolve?s resident tech experts, Carlos Jimenez, to find out the latest on RFID tracking technology. When I have the opportunity, I like to brag a bit about my co-workers. This guy is no exception. Carlos is one of those unique people who has exceptional

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Client Profile: For over 50 years, Gala has been a leading manufacturer of centrifugal dryers and pelletizing systems worldwide. Sample installations include medical and food grade polymers, hot melt adhesives, color masterbatch and flexible and rigid PVC. Corporate headquarters in Eagle Rock,

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Painless extraction ? does that sound like an oxymoron? Not at FileSolve, where we solve the problems files create! One problem with electronic files is that technology moves very fast. Over time, organizations end up with ?generations? of systems, including various hardware and software that

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For those of you who know me personally, you know I?m not a big do-it-yourselfer around the house. But around the office? That?s a different story! I?ll be happy to help you organize your records, create an inventory, scan your documents, purge your outdated stuff, move records to a new location,

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Norman Joseph Woodland passed away at age 91. At FileSolve, although we did not know Woodland, we have the utmost respect and appreciation for his contribution to document management: the barcode. The now omnipresent thick-and-thin-line system he created in the 1940s was patented in the US in

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What difference does an inch make? If you?ve ever installed your own cabinetry, being one inch off could blow your entire budget. Inches can be what separate us from a wide range of dilemmas? from serious auto accidents to getting into those pants after the holidays! What if you have been given

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As we crank up 2013, an interesting and disturbing industry trend is the fact that breaches of confidential information (BOTH physical and electronic data) continue to be on the rise. While perhaps it didn?t impact your organization, it DID happen to these organizations (in a big way): New York

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