ABBYY Hot Folder is a powerful yet easy-to-use tool that comes with the Corporate edition of ABBYY FineReader. It allows to designate local, network, FTP or Outlook folders that Hot Folder will continuously “check” for new files to process. Every time an image of a document or PDF file comes into that folder, it will be automatically processed and saved as a searchable or editable file. All a user needs is to set the task and everything will occur automatically, even when no one is near, even when these are multiple tasks to be run simultaneously, or even when the tasks are scheduled at different times during the day or even at night.
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FineReader, ABBYY’s optical character recognition (OCR) application, which now has millions of users worldwide from Antarctica to Greenland and the North Pole and takes the leading places in OCR market, turns 23 this year… Read more ›
We often work with documents containing confidential data. Any time we need to share data, we have to take care to treat such data properly. A lawyer doesn’t need to know who is the side of your contract and what is its amount when providing consultation. How can this information be reliably concealed when asking for advice about the contract?… Read more ›
If you are a lucky owner of ABBYY FineReader Corporate, you really must try out all its capabilities. Watch the video and learn how to automate your document processing using the Hot Folder functionality. Set automation settings for your workflow and enjoy automated document conversion!
As a lawyer, you are certainly well acquainted with the routine of preparatory work with documents. Each inquiry and each case comes with a wide range of documents comprising dozens, hundreds, thousands of pages. Perhaps some of them are in a hard-copy format, and some are digital images (scans or photographs), some documents come to you as PDFs. You have to manage all of these formats, systematize them and make them all look uniform in order to make this information easy to work with: to find what you need, analyze it, and use it. How can you organize your work with incoming documents in such a way as to both minimize preparatory work and not waste a lot of time on searches, retyping quotes, or – God forbid – re-doing tables when you work directly with these documents?…. Read more ›