Nowadays there is no reason why people can’t work remotely – or flexibly – if they have all their information stored electronically and the systems and security in place to support them. Remote access requires documents to be scanned on arrival, wherever they arrive, so they can be made available (electronically) at locations where the paper file is not available. Once documents are stored electronically, the equivalent of the paper file can be recreated wherever it is needed.
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