Technology can be useful. It must be useful to really make a difference in people’s lives. One thing that we are seeing more and more of, and trying to do for ourselves, is look at ways of cutting down on paper, not only for ease of use and productivity but also to help reduce paper waste.
It’s not a simple process, but with some guidance, a small and relatively inexpensive scanner and an application likeÂ Evernote, you can make significant gains and introduce a paperless system into you office, or home.
We would recommend an iBook available on the Apple App store called Paperless:
Paperless takes the mystery (and fear) out of going paperless with your Apple technology. The book includes 32 screencasts, 4 movies, over 26,000 words, and other rich-media assets to turn you into a paperless ninja. The material is accessible to beginners and power users alike with a thorough explanation of all the hardware, software, and workflows necessary to finally conquer paper.
It is aÂ terrific read and you can learn more about it by clicking here.