Jan 01 2015

LEHSYS 2015 Tech Predictions

So yeah— 2015 is here, and this is the first post for LEHSYS for this year. I just thought it would be fun to make a couple of predictions for this year and see how they roll out, to see how close I am at the end of 2015. There’s been a lot of content and news to cover in 2014 and it’s fun to look back on everything it’s been taken in from the past year and see what might be good and bad points for the future.

So here’s my top 10 list for 2015—

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Dec 26 2014

LEHSYS 2014: It’s all in the rear-view mirror now

This is the last post for LEHSYS for 2014. Covering technology is like a wild roller coaster ride; you never know which twists and turns, ups and downs, that you might run into, but it’s always going to be interesting, and sometimes inspiring. I thought it would be fun to go back and summarize and make observations about things that have happened in the past year.

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Dec 12 2014

Techie Review: FileCenter 8 Professional

 

 

When you’re working with document imaging, it’s very important to make sure that the interface to you’re going to be using works for you. In trying to go paperless, there’s nothing worse than having a software package for document imaging that’s more of a hindrance than a benefit. The document imaging package that you want, if you wanted to be successful, needs to fit your mindset, your needs and have the functionality that you’re looking for.

From there, you want to make sure that the information that’s scanned into your system is yours, and not scanned into some proprietary format you can’t use without specific software; so make sure you keep your options open.

That’s why in this post, I’m going to be reviewing FileCenter 8 Professional from Lucion Technologies. This software package has been available on the Internet for several years and there’s a lot of customers of FileCenter that speak very highly of it. So it was time to take a look at it.

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Dec 10 2014

Techie Review: Able2Extract Professional 9

Last year, I was given the opportunity to review a piece of software that was very capable of working with PDF documents; it was called Able2Extract. The Able2Extract application specializes in being able to extract information from PDF documents. Luckily, I was invited to review the software package again.

As everyone should know, PDF documents are the standard in exchanging information back and forth. In my opinion, at this point I think every PC and mobile device should have the ability to export information to the PDF by default. But if you work with PDF documents on a regular basis, or if you receive detailed information or specifications through PDF document sometimes it would be nice to be able to extract that information to be able to use it in other forms and applications.

The Able2Extract software package specializes in being able to extract content from PDF documents and put them into just about any format you need them in.

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Dec 08 2014

NETGEAR wi-fi extender can fix that dead Internet zone

I think everyone has run into a situation where the Wi-Fi in their home just doesn’t reach all the corners. You find situations where you got dead spots or the Wi-Fi signals not strong enough and you’re not able to get a satisfactory connection to the Internet.

Internet Wi-Fi routers typically advertise that the signals are good for hundreds of feet, but I think everyone knows that that’s not true. It may be in a situation where there’s no walls and the router is mounted up on top of a 10 foot pole. The more obstacles in the way, the lower the signal strength gets.

There’s a lot of things that people say that you can do to strengthen your Wi-Fi signal on your wireless router, but to be honest, the best solution is to simply get a Wi-Fi extender/repeater.

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