At this year's DM Awards in London, Genus won website of the year for their new online shopping site www.paperscanners.co.uk. The website is host to a wide variety of book, document, photographic and medical scanners from experienced and influential manufacturers in Germany and Taiwan, exclusively to Genus in the UK.... read more →
A white paper written by The Microfilm Collaboration Working Group. Click here to view.
Genus, a long established specialist in the Document Management services industry, is pleased to announce the acquisition of the Micrographic, Xerox Large Format and Scanner Equipment service and consumables division of Venex Technical Developments Ltd. With over 35 years experience in the micrographic and document management arena, Genus is delighted... read more →
Genus are proud to have partnered with Avision to add to our collection of best of breed products. Avision manufacture personal, workgroup and departmental scanners across the whole world and Genus are now the exclusive distributors in the UK and Ireland.
Genus will be supporting its German partner Inotec at Ce-Bit, the world renowned trade fair, in Hanover, Germany. As well as representing the Inotec range of document scanners we will also be displaying the wide range of services that we provide.
With the arrival of new products from Inotec, 400 Series Document Scanner, book2net Spirit, book scanner and the Avision document scanners, our sales team have been travelling across the UK demonstrating the various products. Our clients have found having the products in their own offices very helpful in the decision... read more →
Are you considering acquiring the microfilm services of a document management company? Are you looking for safe archival of your delicate documents? Click here to read.
An article from the International Journal of Electronic Governance explains how Steffen Schilke of the Gemeinsame IT-Stelle der hessischen Justiz in Frankfurt am Main in Germany and Andreas Rauber of the Department of Software Technology and Interactive Systems, Vienna University of Technology, Austria recommend the use of microfilm for long... read more →
After writing his famous "Ensuring the Longevity of Digital Information" paper for Scientific American, Jeff Rothenberg has a web site full of interesting articles on the technical, software and hardware issues of preserving digital information for the long term. Click here for the web site.