A Perfect Gift – for the Holidays and Beyond

Each year the holidays come around, bringing a considerable amount of stress with them – the stress of finding just that right gift for every family member and friend on the list. This overshadows the joy of the festive season for a lot of people.

A segment on Good Morning America offers a few personalized gifting ideas for those looking for some inspiration during that time of the year. These cover an array of customizable mugs, coasters, and vintage cameras. But the segment also addresses the need for digitizing old photos and recommends a tried and trustworthy photo scanning service for the job: ScanCafe! (more…)

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125 Million Memories Preserved

black and white negative scanningHere at ScanCafe, we’ve just hit an enormous milestone: we’ve scanned over 125,000,000 million pieces of media.

To celebrate, we asked you what piece of media you thought would be the big 125 millionth…and the answer is:
A black & white negative!

This huge achievement is thanks to you — thank you for trusting ScanCafe with your most precious memories.

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ScanCafe Integrates with Amazon Cloud Drive to Save Photographic Memories

ScanCafe, the world’s largest photo-scanning service, announced today that it has integrated the Amazon Cloud Drive API to offer customers one-click uploading of scanned images to their Amazon Cloud Drive account. The new feature means Amazon customers can effortlessly preserve their entire collection of old photographs and protect them, free of charge and forever, from loss, harm, and inevitable fading. All Amazon users get free storage for about 2000 photos (5GB), with the option to purchase additional capacity and if you are a Prime member you receive unlimited photo storage for free.

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This integration significantly enriches user experience in scanning, organizing, and sharing those cherished old photos, slides, 35mm negatives, and even photos in photo albums. It makes it easy and safe to transfer memories to an Amazon Cloud Drive digital photo archive, with all the advantages in preservation security, accessibility, and image quality this brings. Amazon customers need never again undergo the hassle of manually uploading scanned images. (more…)

ScanCafe Integrates with Google Drive and Dropbox

Digital-scanning industry leader ScanCafe announced today it now offers the option of integrating and uploading scanned images directly to Google Drive and Dropbox, two of the most popular cloud storage providers.

Effective immediately, ScanCafe customers will have a one-click selection option for cloud integration and upload during the checkout process on all scanning orders. Customers who do not have a Google Drive or Dropbox accounts can sign up for a free account as part of the new feature.

Google and Dropbox provides ScanCafe’s customers with failsafe backup protection for both their scanned and digital photos, removing the risk of images being lost due to failure, damage, or loss of a personal storage device. In the past, scanning service customers have had to download scanned images to their computers and then manually upload the images to a cloud service themselves. However, ScanCafe’s direct upload option now allows consumers to have this done for them instantly and automatically, for as many photos as they wish.

ScanCafe currently serves customers throughout the United States and Canada. For more information on products and features, please visit http://www.scancafe.com, or follow at http://twitter.com/scancafe.

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100,000,000 Scans and Counting!

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35mm color clideAt ScanCafe, we’ve just hit our biggest milestone yet: we’ve scanned over 100 million pieces of media!

That incredible number is thanks to you, our customers, and it means we’ve scanned more media than any other scanning service out there.

So, what kind of media was the 100,000,000th?

A 35mm color slide!