In the past, computer generated, business critical documents
were microfilmed, or microfiched to preserve an exact image
of the document. Today, storing electronic documents on CD
is the archive media of choice - its inexpensive, has up to
a 100 year shelf life, is easy to access from any desktop
and easy to store on or off-site.
Lanvera accepts print ready ASCII, EBCDIC, AFP, PCL, Postscript,
Metacode and PDF or any data or database format for archiving.
Lanvera customers have the option of archiving in the native
file format or Lanvera will convert to Adobe PDF. Documents
archived can be indexed (customer specified indexes) for easy
search and retrieval.
Lanvera provides free Windows query software and viewer allowing
instant access to any archived document, using customer specified
indexes. Files stored in ASCII can also be viewed and searched
with any text editor product. Files stored in PDF can be viewed
and searched using Adobe's free Acrobat reader, which is available
for virtually all platforms. Lanvera's query software can
be loaded on a Windows network server for multi user access
or loaded on individual desktops.
Lanvera's query software has the added feature of sending
selected documents to a local printer, fax server or sending
as an e-mail attachment - all automatically.
Once Lanvera has converted and indexed your documents, your
files will be made available immediately (within hours of
receiving your data) for FTP download from Lanvera's secure
servers. Downloads offer the advantage of immediate availability
by customer service personnel, for proofing prior to print
or archiving to tape as part of normal back ups.
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