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Since the hundreds questions and answers in the comments on our ScanSnap reviews are getting unwieldy, here are some of the most common questions, with answers.
Scanning straight to the cloud makes so much sense, and it's an awesome upgrade to the scanner you probably already have.
Law firms should avoid all-in-one printers, but may want to adopt all-in-one practice management software--just not the ones from Lexis and West.
Choosing a laptop and selecting a document scanner aren’t covered in law school. To make it easier, here is my “shopping list” for new solos. Just get what you need and get back to focusing on your clients instead of poring over practice management software reviews. Obviously, this does not cover everything you need, but […]
The Fujitsu ScanSnap iX100 is the best portable wireless scanner on the market, but you probably shouldn't get one.
The Fujitsu ScanSnap SV600 is an attractively-priced overhead scanner for someone who regularly needs to scan books, notepads, delicate documents, and small objects.
OK, there, I said it. I no longer use a ScanSnap. I’ve used an Epson Workforce GT-S50 for over a year now, and it is a very good desktop scanner. Whew, it felt good to get that off my chest. This must be what its like to admit you are a Cubs fan. Empowering. I’m […]
When I first reviewed the Fujitsu ScanSnap iX500, the only thing that seemed to be missing was wireless scanning from your computer. Well, Fujitsu just delivered. To start scanning without a wire, make sure your computer and your ScanSnap iX500 are connected. The update to ScanSnap Manager should be pushed to your computer if it […]
The ScanSnap iX500 is absolutely the desktop document scanner you should buy — and as a bonus: it goes mobile.