We all know that there is a certain amount of paper that you simply have to have in your office – mostly because the idea of a digital signature has yet to be fully perfected. So we have to put ink to paper for contracts, agreements, and sometimes even letters. But there are plenty of documents in your office that could be created, stored and circulated digitally. You don't have to kill a tree just so everyone in the office can read the monthly marketing report.
Mashable recently reviewed some tools for going paperless.
There are a variety of reasons available to go paperless. Maybe you want to think of it as running an environmentally friendly office. Save the world and reduce your carbon footprint. Maybe you want to think of it in terms of being tech savvy. Or maybe it's just good business sense – you can reduce you overhead and clear out all those filing cabinets you've been using to make room for more workspace.
Personally, I like all three reasons.