From Paper To E Document A Dream of Ecological Balance Paper presented at the


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1st International Conference on Environmental Science and Technology (ICOEST) September 09-13, 2015, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina., Sarajevo, Bosna-Hersek, 9 - 13 Eylül 2015, ss.317-325

  • Yayın Türü: Bildiri / Tam Metin Bildiri
  • Basıldığı Şehir: Sarajevo
  • Basıldığı Ülke: Bosna-Hersek
  • Sayfa Sayıları: ss.317-325

Özet

Extending information technologies pave the way for the paper-free office dream where printed materials exist. Until the middle of the 2000, contrary to popular belief, increase in the information technologies has not decreased the paper consumption in the business world and public sector and on the contrary it increased significantly. Thanks to the some legislative arrangements as of 2010, they help work more stable in e-state and e-document management for the countries. The restructuring of e-state concept in public services both decreases the bureaucratic procedures and clearly increase the service quality in the world. The most critical factor is that document production is started to decrease. We can give the social media and the use of web technologies by the press as another factor. In this study, striking statistics will be revealed for the paper consumption in the world. Their damages to the environment will be analyzed. Furthermore, it will be discussed how to decrease the paper consumption through use of electronical environment and widespread internet technology. The objective of this study is to reveal the contribution of the states to the nature by facilitating the use of technology and importance of emphasizing the nature in their legislation concerning the information and document management.