Tag: Archiving

Case study: Consolidation of archives due to a company takeover

Our webPDF software can be used in many ways, as our case studies and user reports, which describe concrete practical examples, show time and again. Among other things webPDF can also be used for the merger of companies. In this context, software is often sought that can be seamlessly and easily integrated into existing software

What is Hybrid Archiving? Addition to PDF/A-3

Small addition to our PDF series: PDF/A – The format of the future – Part 1: PDF/A-1 PDF/A – The format of the future – Part 2: PDF/A-2 and PDF/A – The format of the future – Part 3: PDF/A-3 As the PDF Association reports, the third standard part of PDF/A now offers the possibility

PDF/A – The format of the future – Part 3: PDF/A-3

The third part of our series on PDF/A deals with the PDF/A-3 format, which is the current standard for archiving and e-bills. However, this does not mean that the PDF/A-1 or PDF/A-2 formats are no longer valid or should no longer be used. Depending on the intended use, the PDF formats used so far may

Proper and legal: PDF/A in the judicial and administrative sectors

Administrative workflows are being modernized as more and more government agencies start using the e-case file – and PDF/A is playing a decisive role in all of this. The call for a modernized workplace has finally reached the courts and government agencies. This development is not only due to the people working in such agencies,

Long-term archiving: a good read about PDF/A

What’s the deal with PDF/A? Originally designated PDF/A-1, this standardized version of the conventional PDF format was established as the international standard ISO 19005-1 in late 2005 and has been available as an ISO standard in its extended versions PDF/A-2 and PDF/A-3 since July 2011 and October 2012 respectively. Since that time, and for a

DLM – Document Lifecycle Management

As a compliance requirement, a careful system of document lifecycle manage­ment (DLM) is of crucial importance. The complete lifecycle of a document – from its creation, to storage and archiving, all the way to disposal – needs a precise audit trail to ensure compliance with auditing requirements. For businesses, and especially today when the flood

Archiving e-mails – how to do it right

E-mail has long since supplanted other forms of communication, including letters and faxes, not only for personal but business correspondence as well. The advantages are obvious: a vastly simplified and accelerated flow of communications. It only takes a split second to reach and provide information to individuals and large groups of recipients anywhere in the