Which Records Retention Process Works Best For Me?

Record retention policies exist to ensure a thorough and correct history of finances, medical records and other sensitive information is kept intact. Legal institutions, healthcare organizations, education systems and more are required to retain certain files and pieces of information to maintain a level of historical integrity. When organizations...

Increase Business Profits with Document Storage

The two primary goals of growing any business are to increase profits and decrease spending. This is an obvious statement, yet many companies fail to recognize how to do so. One thing every growing business can agree on is the importance of data. Whether we’re talking about client information,...

Medical Data Abstraction and Optimizing Your EHR System

Health Information Technology for Economical and Clinical Health, also known as HITECH, was passed into law in 2009 to promote the adoption of health information technology. As the world moves towards communicating via a digital landscape, the medical industry faces a mountain of challenges. Patient information needs to be...

The True Price You Pay to Store Documents In the Office

One advantage to storing documents in the office is the fact you can access them quickly and keep documents nearby—however in the larger picture, that’s about as far as its benefits go. With both direct and indirect costs to consider, keeping company documents in the office can require significant...

Cloud Storage: Document Storage Solution for Business

Cloud computing is a method of electronic data storage, typically using remote servers to house documents, records, and just about any other type of digital file. The benefits of using a cloud-based storage system via the internet  include the ability to collaborate projects with users in separate locations and...

Offsite Storage vs Digital File Conversion

Upgrading the way you store your files? The more files you accumulate in your office the more precious office space becomes devoted to filing cabinets that are often never touched. To increase the efficiency of document storage you have two options: store your physical files at an affordable offsite...