microfilm scanning

  • Microfilm Scanning Solutions for a Digital World

    Friday, October 12, 2018

    Historically, microfilm has been a reliable, secure and efficient way to store large amounts of information in a small space. But it can’t compete with the digital format for speed, search, editing and sharing capabilities. And depending on the conditions under which it is stored, microfilm is susceptible to deterioration. Even so, microfilm did not […]

  • 4 Ways to Ease the Information Governance Burden

    Thursday, June 14, 2018

    Government agencies and school districts large and small have to manage large volumes of records and other documents with minimal resources and budgets. Image One has eased this information governance burden since 1994. Here are four ways we do it. Get Rid of the Paper From court records to student records to invoices and other […]

  • How “Digital Microfilm” Prevents Data Loss in Long-Term Records Storage

    Thursday, March 29, 2018

    When you need to prevent data loss for long-term records storage, your options can seem pretty bleak. Paper copies can be boxed up and warehoused indefinitely but, unless you use offsite storage, they are prone to damage from hurricanes, floods and fires. And offsite storage can be expensive when you need to retrieve documents – […]

  • Microfilm Scanning Trends & Best Practices

    Saturday, July 01, 2017

    “The reports of my death are greatly exaggerated,” said Mark Twain. If it had a voice, microfilm may say the same thing. We’re still finding a lot of microfilm out there. While microfilm in good condition that is easy to scan appears to have been widely scanned, we’re finding some very challenging film. Buyer Beware […]

  • Deed Book Scanning

    Wednesday, November 30, 2016

    For over 22 years, we’ve been scanning microfilm and microfiche. There isn’t nearly as much as there used to be, but it’s still out there and we’ve been doing a lot of film scanning lately, including working with Hillsborough County to digitize their microfilmed deed books. What Are Deed Books? Deed books are kept at […]