Traditionally a scanner produces a TIFF or JPEG image for each page. Some of them can directly produce PDF files. And newer devices produce files conforming to the PDF/A standard. However, the quality of the produced files differ significantly. Why is …
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Unlike a traditional Technical Conference, which focuses on software developers, PDF Days Europe 2014 offers information across a wide spectrum of interests. The tracks and sessions are designed to ensure non-technical sessions are of interest to engineers while many of the technical sessions are also appropriate for product managers, ECM consultants and CIOs.
What does universal accessibility actually mean when it comes to PDFs? It is the idea that everyone should be equally able to independently access and use the information contained within a PDF document.
Put in the simplest possible terms, PDF/A is a PDF which forbids certain functions which could hinder long-term archiving. PDF/A also demands that the file meet certain requirements which guarantee reliable reproduction.
Gesellschaft für Innovative Personalwirtschaftssysteme mbH (GIP) is a managed service provider headquartered in Offenbach, (near Frankfurt), Germany. The company provides software and services to the public sector across Germany, providing solutions that aid the production of Human Resources (HR) documents for 2.5 million public servants.
If one wants to eliminate mountains of paper records and the associated retention costs, then the implementation of a legally binding digital archiving system cannot be avoided. But are corporations and their project leaders sufficiently prepared for this? A large part of a companys value lies in documents. They also form the basis for demonstrating proof during legal disputes. The increasing digitization of paper documents and the flood of documents created by digital sources (fax, emails, e-invoicing, MS-Office, web, etc.) are requiring archivists to deal with the special demands of retaining documents in digital format.