scanning hardware

  • Document Scanning Best Practices: Capture & Indexing

    Monday, January 16, 2017

    As part of our Document Scanning Process Best Practices series, this blog post covers the core of the process: the physical scanning of documents and indexing of the resulting PDF and TIFF document images. Scanning is a dirty, time consuming and physically demanding process. We’ve seen many nightmare scenarios when organizations try to save money […]

  • Document Scanning Quality Control

    Saturday, December 10, 2016

    Without quality control in the document scanning process, it’s garbage in, garbage out. Poorly scanned documents may be hard to find and even harder to read. So what are document scanning QC best practices? Scanning QC is more than just a step in process – it’s inherent throughout the entire process. However, the following blog […]

  • Law Enforcement Document Scanning

    Friday, October 14, 2016

    Police departments, sheriffs’ offices, probation offices, states attorneys, and investigative agencies need quick access to information so they can protect society and capture criminals instead of having to search and retrieve paper documents, records and reports as well as legacy microfilm and microfiche. They also want to reclaim space from storerooms filled with paper and […]

  • Ensuring Data Integrity for Mobile Video Storage

    Monday, May 02, 2016

    The Third Blog Post in Our 5-Part Nexsan Assureon for Law Enforcement Series When it comes to archiving body-worn and dashboard-mounted camera footage, law enforcement agencies today understand all too well the importance of maintaining data integrity. Police departments need to painstakingly protect video evidence from both intentional tampering and inadvertent file corruption. Data storage […]

  • How to Safeguard Mobile Video Evidence for Dashboard & Body Cameras

    Friday, April 15, 2016

    The Second Blog Post in Our 5-Part Nexsan Assureon for Law Enforcement Series Entitled Implementing a Body-Worn Camera Program: Recommendations and Lessons Learned, a report by the US Department of Justice and the Police Executive Research Forum emphasizes the importance of data storage and retention. When selecting a method for storing mobile evidence video from […]