electronic file cabinet

electronic file cabinet

n
(Computer Science) computing a device, controlled by software, for the storage and retrieval of information
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This financial statement should not just be filed away in the electronic file cabinet. Small business owners should analyze this document every month.
Competitors operate what Ryckman calls "an electronic file cabinet": users upload their safety documents to the program, which generates reports and lets users search for specific documents.
It acts as an electronic file cabinet that can be accessed with a click of the mouse," Noe said.
"It may be something as simple as taking vendor invoices and creating an electronic file cabinet," says Matt Charlson, chief technology officer at EDocument Resources.
Engineers essentially check out a document or design from the common electronic file cabinet, then rename the document and date it upon return.
The print data is then divided into individual documents, categorized, indexed and stored in an electronic file cabinet.
"It never entered our minds to just replace a physical file cabinet with an electronic file cabinet," Watkins says.
Already in use by nearly 5,300 organizations, Documentum ApplicationXtender enables customers to quickly deploy an "electronic file cabinet" for fixed content images, documents, reports and other business- related content.
It's using a temporary system to collect reports, but that is nothing more than an electronic file cabinet, Hanson said.
Do you need a simple electronic file cabinet or a system that is integrated with your office and business systems?
All electronic information can then be conveniently accessed with your new "electronic file cabinet".
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