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Paperless Office to Save the Forests and Earth

Posted on the April 11th, 2010 under Environment by (Beaulife) Altis Lo


Forest with Sun Shines

I love forest green, and any green plants. So I had specially compiled these pictures of forests to share, before I go into the topic of paperless office.

Picture this: One day you walk into your office and all you can see is your notebook computer on your desk — so clean that you are very surprised. For the first time you can tell what color you desk is. There are no papers scattered on the floor, on your desk, in the cabinet or on your extra chair; something that your boss has been moaning and groaning about your entire career. In the past you didn’t know how to get rid of all that paper; your drawers used to be full, they couldn’t even close. There was paper on your desk, under your desk, on your document tray, inside your cabinet and all over the floor. You’ve lived in the mess for as long as you can remember. Well, it is high time when you should seriously change your habits to save the forests and go for a paperless office with Speedy Organizer 1-user/3pc software. There is no fuss and hassle at all.

So your boss told you to clean up your office, and you will, but you won?t do it yourself. This time you will have the help of your computer, your scanner, and Speedy Organizer 1-user/3pc software. It’s one of the best paperless office solution around, and very affordably priced. Say goodbye to your massive filing cabinets, paper folders and all of your reams of paper. All you need is the hard drive inside your computer and the state of the art software of Speedy Organizer.

For the cleanest office around, practise without messy paper. You’ll be blessed after you’ve had a paperless experience at work. Sound futuristic. Well, the future is here. Don’t be left behind in all the clutter. Make your life easier today.

My recent reading in a local newspaper has revealed some achievements in Malaysia and worldwide as follow:

  1. A study by Xerox showed that 45% of office paper that end up in the bin were discarded on the day they were printed.
  2. IBM Malaysia chief technologiest Lee Yu Kit says the main point that everyone should look at is how going paperless would benefit offices and organisations.
    - “The missing dimension here is the leap in productivity you achieve, so quite apart from saving physical paper, you can now do things far more quickly and efficient than before, such as searching for that note that was written 8 months ago instead of sifting through drawers full of paper. So the compelling argument for going paperless is efficiency, accuracy and cost reduction.”
  3. Fuji Xerox senior manager of office product and solution marketing, Lee Chin Guan, concurs: “For us it is not ‘paperless’ but ‘paper-less,’ which is fully use paper and not let any go to waste.
    - There are lists of tools such as e-mail, instant chat, online virtual meetings, team rooms (common repositories of shared information) as paper-saving solutions that enable collaboration in a business environment.
    - Document management systems organize information for access and retrieval, and allow users to scan and move around electronic images instead of paper.
  4. Digi, for instance, has introduced e-billing and customers who want paper bills will have to pay RM3.
    - Through various processes and also the use of multi-function devices, Digi has managed to reduce usage from 2.4 million sheets of A4-sized paper in 2008 to 1.7 million sheets last year.
    - Paper ordering in Digi has also been made as part of the key performance index of the corporate administration.
  5. In 2001, Selayang Hospital in Selangor became the first fully electronic, paperless hospital in the country. Using wireless networking tools, doctors and technicians are able to look up patients’ X-rays and test results the moment they become available. Patients medical records and treatment plans can be accessed real-time. A spokesperson says the hospital has done away with paper internally as internal processes – meetings, writing memos, keeping medical records and such – are all done electronically, using programmes such as PowerChart. However, whatever dealings the hospital has with the external still require paper.

Green ForestTherefore, all of us should contribute to our future generations by reserving natural resources on our mother earth. By cutting down wastage, supporting paperless in office, planting more trees and educating our children, we shall provide a healthier living environment for our next generations. Let’s create a paperless office now.

Found these interesting products e.g. paperless notepad, digital memo, digital notepad, document management software etc to turn your office to become paperless:

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More paperless office best buy products, such as e-books, books, software etc are available.

Like more forest pictures? Please view below. Cheers!

Green Green Forest

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