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The terms "paperless," "electronic," and "digital" are often used interchangeably to describe work which previously was done with paper, but which now has been adapted to Information and Communication Technology devices and software. To be paperless means essentially that...
Seamless integration of paperless practices. While we are continuously exposed to a great range of ICT devices and applications, each one of which is usually accompanied by a comprehensive user manual when purchased, there is only limited available guidance on how to...
Global trends drive us towards paperless work styles and lifestyles. Some of the major trends that drive the shift toward the paperless work/lifestyle are:...



Paperless work practices can enable the relocation of the traditional work space. Information and communication technology allows for performing work in highly stimulating environments that are more conducive to innovation, productivity, and physical and mental health.


Paperless practices can greatly facilitate the implementation of telecommuting and dispersed work styles, which are dependent on a high degree of mobility and the ability to efficiently communicate and exchange documents over long distances.

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