Paperless office--a dream that never became reality

Kwiatoski, Debbie
March 1999
Hudson Valley Business Journal;03/01/99-03/08/99, Vol. 9 Issue 22, p29
Focuses on the increase in the volume of paperwork due to technological improvements in office management. Growth in the amount of paperwork due to the use of computers; Strategies recommended to reduce paperwork.


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