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Ignore The Rule Of 321 At Your Peril

Recently on the DocumentSnap newsletter I wrote about an important concept in protecting your paperless documents: The Rule of 321. The general concept is that you want your data in as many places as possible: Have at least 3 copies of your data – In other words, have your original PDFs (1 copy) and 2 […]

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Introducing the Paperless Genealogy Guide (New collaboration!)

I’m writing this from Salt Lake City, Utah where I am about to speak at the much-bigger-and-awesomer-than-I-even-expected RootsTech genealogy technology conference. Paperless is a big topic in genealogy, and over the years I’ve had many genealogy enthusiasts visit DocumentSnap. I’ve had a few blog posts on the subject going back to 2011, but I’ve never […]

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The Most Popular Paperless Articles of 2016

It’s time for the yearly DocumentSnap tradition. A look back at which DocumentSnap paperless articles were the most popular in 2016. If others are interested in these topics, perhaps you will be too. The most popular paperless articles from 2016: Convert Excel To Google Sheets – Here's How Fix For ScanSnap Blinking Blue Light ScanSnap […]

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Neat Desktop – What The Heck Is Going On?

In the past few months I’ve been flooded with emails from people looking to migrate away from Neat Desktop for their receipts and document scanning and organization. When you get one or two emails on a subject you assume it’s a coincidence. When it becomes dozens of messages, it’s time to see what is going […]

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