4 Reasons Document Storage Still Matters

In 2020, most businesses have a digital information management strategy, but few businesses take the same care with their paper records. In this blog, we discuss four reasons document storage still matters: 1. Identity Theft and Business Fraud are Increasing Insider theft of documents is an all-too-real risk, so where you store your paper records…
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Tips for Protecting and Preserving Archival Records

Archival records take up a lot of space and can be a pain to manage, especially if you are running short on time and don’t have room for storage. That can’t be an excuse however, for ignoring mandated retention and privacy protection requirements. In this blog, we offer practical tips to help you protect and…
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Records Center Storage vs. Self-Storage

Wondering whether to store your documents in a self-storage unit or in a commercial records center? In this blog, we compare records center storage to self-storage. Long-Term Protection and Preservation Self-storage jeopardizes the long-term protection and preservation of your business records. It exposes your information to the following risks: mold and mildew fire hazard unauthorized…
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Tips for Managing Your Inactive Files

Inactive files are a challenge to manage for any business. They take up space, and you can’t get rid of them until they reach a legally-mandated final disposition date. So, what should you do with your inactive files? In this blog, we offer several helpful records management and storage tips to help you. Tip 1:…
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A Guide to Common Document Storage Questions

Are you looking for a document storage solution? Part of your due diligence is asking the right questions. In this blog, we offer a guide to the most-often-asked document storage questions. Q: Why should I store my documents offsite? A: You should store your documents offsite to protect them from potential fires, floods, and natural…
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HIPAA Guidelines for Electronic Medical Records

Congress enacted the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act in 1996 to mandate how personally identifiable information (PII) maintained by the healthcare industry is protected from fraud and theft. Since then, technology has transformed the healthcare industry. Medical records that in the past were handwritten and stored on paper are now created and stored electronically.…
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