How to Take Steps Toward a Paperless Office | Lifehacker
The objective of the paperless office has been around for years and there is a pretty solid consensus that it is a pipe dream. We'll never completely be rid of paper (and as an analog fan I for one am happy with that) so we need to find ways to integrate paper storage and retrieval into our processes.
As a OneNote advocate, I've found the integration with Office Lens to be invaluable. I can capture paper to OneNote, OCR text on the page, and gather multiple pages into one note for easy organization. There are other tools out there that can accomplish similar things, but if asked I'd recommend OneNote for this in a heartbeat
Do you turn your paper assets into digital ones? How do you manage the information? Tell me in the comments.