Digital Image Processing,
Digital Photographic Imaging DEFINITION: A method of image editing in which a picture is scanned from an original document to digital information in the form of pixels that can be read and manipulated by a computer, and subsequently reformed as a visible image.
Legacy document management strategies are quickly becoming a thing of the past as more and more businesses trade up for digital imaging – and the key to an effective strategy starts with leveraging the right tools. Read this brief paper to learn about a next-gen scanner that provides high-speed performance in an easy-to-use interface.
Check out this resource to get help finding the right scanner to convert your paper documents into digital images. Discover how to assess scanned images, how to plan a productive scanning and sorting process, and why considering total cost of ownership is also important to throw into the mix.
This solution brief describes the Ocarina Solution, how it fits in to existing storage infrastructures, and provides an overview in to how Ocarina is able to optimize images for storage without giving up any image quality.
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