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Are Your Business Records in Danger? Pros and Cons of DIY Document Storage

Jacob Gilmore

As your business grows, a filing cabinet is often not enough to contain all of your important records. Threats like theft, prying eyes and environmental dangers like mold or water damage can seriously harm your important documents and put your business at risk.

Packing a storeroom with boxes or renting a storage unit may seem like an easy fix, but is it the best way to keep your important records, and business, safe?  

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Topics: Records storage, Shredding, Data Destruction

Do You Have A Disaster Recovery Plan In Place For Your Business?

Jim Beran

When it comes to the safety of business documents you should hope for the best but plan for the worst. This is especially true if you live in an area prone to natural disasters. A backup plan is a must to protect documents and avoid compromising sensitive information.

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Topics: Records storage, Scanning, Commercial Storage

Why Is Document Storage And Retention Scheduling Necessary?

Jacob Gilmore

For some, document management might seem like a luxury and not a need. You might wonder the reason for seeking records management services when organizing, storing and disposing of documents could take place in-house. To answer this question, business owners don’t have to look much farther than a colleague's cluttered storage closet, or, even worse, their own disarray of boxes and loose papers.  

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Topics: Records storage, Commercial Storage, records management

How to Adhere to HIPAA Laws the Right Way

Jim Beran

The adoption of computer and mobile technology has revolutionized the delivery of medical care over the last two decades. While new technology helps caregivers and medical administrators operate more efficiently than ever before, it also increases security and privacy risks.

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Topics: Records storage

Why You Need to Work Document Storage Into Your Q3 Business Plan

Phyllis Smith

Believe it or not, the third quarter is around the corner. As a business owner or manager, now’s the time to finalize your business plan for the quarter so you can work toward meeting your financial goals in the second half of the year. That could mean ramping up your marketing efforts, making any necessary cuts, or increasing process efficiency.

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Topics: Records storage, Commercial Storage, records management

Why Secure Document Storage is Essential for Sarbanes-Oxley Compliance

Steve Clopton

You’ve probably heard of this compliance regulation before, but do you really know what it means? Sarbanes-Oxley Act compliance is a critical step in the accounting and auditing processes of public companies.

However, some of the Act’s provisions also apply to private companies. Even accidently destroying documents required under the act can lead to repercussions, so every business needs to take steps to ensure proper compliance.

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Topics: Records storage

A Document Conversion Checklist for Your Business

Phyllis Smith

If your company is committed to adopting modern records management trends, it’s time to convert some of your paper documents to digital files. Doing so is not only environmentally conscious but this simple process can save money and improve your reputation with clients.

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Topics: Records storage, Commercial Storage

Security First: Why a Chain of Custody is Essential for Document Storage Services

Jim Beran

In today’s highly regulated business environment, responsible business owners need to carefully manage and monitor who handles important business documents and when. If your records management plan includes offsite or digital document storage, a specific process, known as the “chain of custody,” needs to be a key part of your security considerations.

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Topics: Records storage

How Cloud Document Storage Meets 2 Important Business Needs

Steve Clopton

Storing business documents on “the cloud” has become an increasingly popular -- and critical -- way for companies to ensure comprehensive access to and security over their files. While cloud storage has come under criticism in some circles for its perceived vulnerability to hacking, the cloud is, in fact, one of the most secure ways to store your documents, especially if you work with a reputable storage partner.

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Topics: Records storage

Do You Really Know Where Your Business Records Are Stored?

Meagan Mangold

As a business owner or manager, knowing the location and security of important business records should be a top priority. Not knowing where and how your critical documents are stored risks identity theft, compliance fines and damage to your company’s reputation.

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Topics: Records storage

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