Digitalizing the docs

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Old July 19th, 2019, 03:12 AM   #1 (permalink)
BrendaJane BrendaJane is offline
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Hey, I'm a newbie here (in the sense posting).
I hope I'm in the right category! I'd like to appreciate everyone on this board for providing excellent advice to improve people's life both professionally and personally.
Coming to the point, I'm running a clothing store named Reflections in Toronto. I solely want to get rid of the bunch of papers I'm dealing with every day. My cabin is full of documents. It seems the quantity is increasing day by day! Recently I bought a basic office document scanner from a company called DOS Canada. I have scanned most of my vital records and saved to my lap as pdf docs.
We can't trust these electronic devices always, this thought is the deal-breaker, and I still have these papers with me (even after saving the soft copies in my laptop). There are three boxes of papers.
I know there are various types of software to manage office documents. I found a few of them online too.
However, I'm not that familiar with software or hardware, so not that confident to choose one based on the reviews of random online guys! I badly need an expert here, to point me in the right direction.
I hope my concern is clear, also I can provide you with further information if required.
In anticipation of a reply.Thanks in advance.
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Old August 22nd, 2019, 09:36 AM   #2 (permalink)
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burn baby burn! light a fire in the back yard and throw all that into it! please if you haven't looked at them in 6 months they are not "vital" otherwise they could be in a safe deposit box.. .stop trolling.
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