Are we finally on the verge of a paperless world?
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New Delhi, Sept. 30 -- Growing up in the 1980s, I used to hear a lot of talk about a paperless office, especially with the advent of the Personal Computer. Subsequently it seemed like a pipe dream. Most key digital data was scanned or converted from its offline form, the latter which was never disposed of. Alternatively digital data was duplicated in the offline world and sometimes even came in triplicates.
The paper just piled up in the offices, godowns and landfills. The initial success of the Web also didn't make that must of a difference towards this particular goal. But there has been a great deal of digitization in the 2010s now further accelerated by the Covid crisis. A look at progress on the paperless scene.
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