<< Is our process and protection fair to good = any comments to improve or let me know where we are going wrong would be greatly appreciated.>>
Your process make sense, there is no easy way to complete such a project. Suggestions I would make include:
- Reduce scanning dpi to 300, the resolution is sufficient to provide good OCR results while limiting the file sizes.
- Store documents using DjVu rather than PDF, doing so will significantly reduce file size while providing extremely high quality images. See: https://www.cuminas.jp/en/djvutechnology/
Doing so will increase scanning speed, expotentially decrease your cost of storage, and greatly minimize the network bandwidth necessary to view the files.
In a past life, we used the technology successfully to provide access to a 2000+ page document (Color, 300 dpi, full text indexed .djvu) in a file size that was smaller than the two signature pages previously provided (Color, 300 dpi, .pdf).
Bill Roach, CRM
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