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Don’t Forget About Microfilm!


get rid of this stack of binders by scanning it with microfilm

Microfilm can change your office.

We’ve been talking a lot about how going digital with your documents is essential for keeping up with the modern world, but there is one more thing you should think about. Digital documents are secure, simple, and convenient, but having a physical copy of your important documents can provide a very important safety net in the event of an emergency. Would you like to learn more about microfilm? Well, here we go!

So, what is microfilm and how can it help?

When a server goes down or the power goes out, you may still wish to access some of your documents. With microfilm, you can still do that as long as you have a magnifying glass and a light source. But let’s step back for a second. What is microfilm? Microfilm is a way of storing hardcopy that is very space efficient. You can put lots of different kinds of documents into microfilm from simple word documents, to newspaper articles, and even color images.

Digital documents work together with microfilm.

If you are thinking about going digital or you have already taken the plunge, you can still benefit from the use of microfilm. Having a hardcopy of your documents and images will allow you to access them in the event of computer trouble or a power outage and it is always nice to have a backup.


Get Your Important Documents Scanned onto Microfilm

At Micro Records, our microfilm scanning process guarantees the utmost safety with regards to handling your original film. We make sure everything is handled with maximum care and quality before, during and after the scanning process. The finished job is carefully packaged and sent back to you alongside your originals in pristine condition.

Micro Records Company supports all major File Formats. From one microfilm viewer or workstation to an entire microfilm production and access network, Micro Records can give you everything you need, backed by the best service in the industry.

If you’re interested in microfilm scanning or any other digital document services please give us a call at 877.410.SCAN or visit our website today. We look forward to helping you streamline your information!

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