Posted: Apr. 19, 2012
Tuesday, April 24 2012
As an industry expert in microform scanning and storage, Naviant was asked to speak at the upcoming 2012 ARMA meeting on the evolution of Microform and what lies ahead in the future for that as an information resource.
Microform & the Current State of Affairs: Is it time to bury your film?
With the advances in digital information the value of microform could be subject to scrutiny. During this presentation Keith will present information on current microform issues, current microform hardware issues, and factors to consider with regard to how your organization may want to look to the future.
Keith McHugh has more than 20 years of experience helping organizations add value to the bottom line, from working for a Fortune 500 publishing company to wearing every hat possible at a non-profit. As an Account Executive for Naviant, Keith draws from his experience in managing Naviant’s Physical Records Division. He promotes the notion that although imaging records is all the rage, your process still drives the decision of what to image or “offsite”. He works with businesses of all sizes to guide them through best practices for digitizing and storing information that resides on paper, microfilm, fiche, books, and large format drawings.