Are You Disposing Hard Drives Safely?

When you delete files from your computer, they can still be recovered. That’s wonderful if you need to recover your own files. But if someone else gets a hold of files you intentionally deleted, it’s a whole different story. Destroying Data Someone may advise you to take a hammer,...

Selling a Home? Use Scanning to Simplify

Planning to enter the real estate market in the near future? Besides selling the house, doing the actual moving is often one of the greatest hassles. Any way to simplify moving is usually a welcome one, and with the relatively small investment in scanning homeowners can not only minimize...

What to Do Once You Finish Scanning

If you are going to digitize your records, the most important step in this process is deciding what to do with your records once they are scanned. Last Steps in Scanning When you transition to digital record keeping, you will want to make informed decisions about how to store...

Offsite Records Storage’s Benefits

Rather than filing cabinets taking up space in corners, implementing offsite storage with a records management program opens up multiple opportunities to streamline daily workflow and save money during the process. In this video and transcription learn more about what offsite records storage is, how it saves companies money,...

How Facilities Bundle Storage and Shredding

You’ve made the decision to store your records in a facility. You’ve been able to access files when necessary, but now some of your records have reached their expiry date. What should you do? Shred Outdated Documents Most record storage facilities offer a plan for records at the end...

The Data Breach Case Study & Protection Guide

Even the tiniest security gap can lead to a data breach. After a $5.5 million settlement, Nationwide Insurance’s breach serves as just one example of the growing number of data breaches each year—making it all the more important you have protections in place. What Happened Even the tiniest serious...

How Microfilm and Microfiche Scanning Works

Microfilm and microfiche were once viewed as the gold standard in storing large amounts of data, whether it was preserving documents, photographs, books, newspapers, manuals, and other physical files. Both microfilm and microfiche use the same methodology: take tiny exposures of each page and store them in their minimized...

The Paperless Office: How Much You Can Save

A paperless office can save more than just the environment with cost-reducing benefits for businesses that deal with a lot of paper (and employees managing those files). Why Go Paperless Paperwork is the largest overhead expensive in any organization, giving even more financial incentive to go paperless. Paperless offices...