Smallest File Compression
Most offices scan their documents into various file formats, such as PDF, so that they can be viewed and shared electronically. As offices have to handle more and more information, the size of the scanned files increases as well. Files that are of excessive size take longer to upload and download. Upon opening they may be fraught with problems such as lagging or substantial delay. Larger files are also difficult to attach to emails. To overcome all these issues you can use file compression to decrease the size of your files without compromising content or quality.
Benefits of File Compression
Some files are lengthy because of the amount of information they contain while others are large in size because of the various media it may have. In many instances it may not be possible to excise the content because it is relevant or highly critical. But because the file is too large it creates other problems such as increasing waiting time for file transfers and increasing the burden on storage capacity. File compression circumvents this by reducing the overall size of the file but without sacrificing the content or the quality of it. The compressed file is identical to the original copy. The smallest file compression that can be achieved for black and white documents is 1/10th of its size, and 1/100th of its size for color documents. Efficiency and productivity is improved now that files can be easily shared, attached to emails, and stored.
File Compression Solutions
To accomplish the smallest compression size possible without losing data you need to choose the most capable compression software. One of the best providers of such software is CVISION Technologies. Their products are known for speed, accuracy, and processing power. See if CVISION products are right for you by trying the free 30 day trial.