It’s no secret that the paperless office we were promised at the start of the PC revolution has yet to actually materialize. In spite of all of the technology at our fingertips, most people are still organizing and filing reams of physical documents on a regular basis. MaxxDocs wants to change that, and it is offering its document management system for free to small businesses in the United States and Canada.
The new free version of MaxxDocs includes up to five named users and works with a wide variety of standard scanners. You can store up to 10,000 documents with the free MaxxDocs.
You can scan and import paper documents into MaxxDocs. Once scanned, you can organize your documents into folders, and manage them efficiently using index fields and metadata. You can also work with the documents—annotate, redact, draw, highlight, and more—and you can manage document security by defining the users or groups that should have access to the information…
Read the full post at PCWorld: Wrangle your paper documents with a free MaxxDocs account.
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