I am planning to have most of the electricity in our new office produced by nano solar panels that will provide electricity at less than 90 percent of current prices.
Getting back to paper though, this Lifehack article has excellent tips for anyone looking to make their office or personal life “paperless.” Here are several of my favorites:
- Decide on a date for a switch from paper-based to paperless for everything going forward. Choose a date far enough ahead that everyone can work toward.
- Retain a paper file as the primary record for anything before the switch and the electronic record as the primary record for anything after the switch date.
- Place a filename on every document worth keeping, whether it’s paper or electronic.
- Inform your clients and suppliers of your paperless orientation.
- Keep your technology and systems simple and compatible with what most people use.