Records Management

5 Key Components to a Records Management Program

A solid records management program is critical in keeping your company’s files organized, accessible, and secure. Properly managing your records includes following the life of the file from the moment they are created to the the point of disposition.   Records Management Program: The Key Components Identify your qualified...

Information Governance vs Records Management [Video]

  Records management and information governance are two terms with similarities in their responsibilities and principles yet are executed very differently. Video Transcript Recognizing the Difference The terms “records management” and “information governance” are often used interchangeably. While the two do have similar purposes, there are also clear distinctions...

Records Management vs Information Governance

While the terms “records management” and “information governance” may have overlapping principles and are often used interchangeably, there are some key differences that should be considered by management professionals. Put simply, information governance encompasses all data management as a whole. Records management is a subset within information governance. To...

Managing Record Retention Requirements in the Office

Document management in the workplace is complicated enough but add in record retention requirements and you’ll find another mountain of confusion to overcome. Most businesses use a combination of digital and physical documents to keep track of all their information. While many of these files are for the usual...

Records Storage vs. Scanning: Your Cheapest Option

Got too much office clutter? Many companies turn to document scanning services to clean up their office, but this solution might not be right for you. Hybrid solutions that incorporate both document scanning and record storage can be the most efficient and cost-effective. Learn more about what that looks...

Bad Records Management: Consequences and Solutions

Records management is an often overlooked and underrated procedure at many businesses. While a strong, well-thought out records management process can make organizations efficient and effective, bad records management can lead to messy and incomprehensible workspaces, irritable employees, and the loss of information. Poor records management can cripple a...

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...