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Submission + - PaperLess 2013 Campaign aims to 'remove the need for "paper" from paperwork' (paritynews.com)

hypnosec writes: Google along with companies like HelloFax, Xero and others has started a campaign to remove paper from offices dubbed Paperless 2013. An average office worker uses about 10,000 sheets of paper per year notes the campaign website. With a punch line ‘A campaign to remove the need for paper from "paperwork"’ the Paperless 2013 campaign is meant to get businesses go paperless thereby saving cost, time and above all trees.
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PaperLess 2013 Campaign aims to 'remove the need for "paper" from paperwork'

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