Futurists in the 1970s famously predicted that offices would become completely paperless with the widespread use of computers, but for a variety of reasons, the prognostication never came to pass.

Advisers have been slow to welcome the paperless office, even with the increased sophistication of tablet computers and e-signatures. Their objections to digital solutions range from security concerns to questions about return on investment.

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