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Small Businesses: Ensure FACTA Compliance Through Document Destruction

Jim Beran

As a small business owner or office manager, you take security seriously. Following a retention schedule and destroying documents when the time is right are just two ways you can protect your business and your customers from identity theft and other crimes. But, these steps are also critical to remaining compliant with federal, state, and local laws.

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Topics: Data Destruction, Compliance

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

The Easiest Way to Get Started with a Records Retention Schedule

Meagan Mangold

When it comes to office organization and processes, sometimes it’s smarter to trust the experts. Sure, you could handle your own document storage and compliance responsibilities, but it’s often inefficient and, ultimately, costly.

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Topics: records management

Are You Properly Disposing of Your Business's Old Technology?

Jim Beran

The rapid development of technology means the road to obsolescence is shorter than ever. While many businesses wait for computers to break down before replacing them, that’s not always the most efficient policy. Once computers start to slow down, productivity and employee morale begin to suffer.

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Topics: Data Destruction

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

Q&A with a Pensacola Property Management Expert on House Hunting

Jacob Gilmore

If you spent the winter debating whether or not it’s time to move, spring is the season to get serious. Before you know it, you’ll be dedicating your weekends to driving around the area’s most desirable neighborhoods in search of your next home.

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Topics: Moving Tips, Community

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

The Dangers of Being Careless About Document Shredding in Medical Offices

Phyllis Smith

Whether you operate a small, single-physician family practice or are an administrator in a large hospital, records management is one of your primary responsibilities. Efficient records management is critical, not only for day-to-day operations but—most critically—for patient confidentiality and compliance with federal mandates like HIPAA.

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Topics: Shredding

Compliance Catastrophe? Consider Automating Records Management

Steve Clopton

If you’ve decided to implement a more strategic records management plan this year, you’ve taken a big step toward increasing efficiency and security for your organization.

However, when many companies decide to enhance their records management, they may do so piecemeal, with different personnel managing different parts of the plan. This strategy often leads to inconsistencies and can negate many of the benefits a records management plan can provide.

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Topics: records management

Ask the Experts: Q&A with a Leading Pensacola Realtor on Preparing for a Move

Patrina Sykes

Moving season is upon us. Whether you’re planning your first move or your fifth, you probably have plenty of questions about how to approach the process.

You can save yourself a lot of headache with a little inside knowledge. That’s why we called Kathy Justice, broker associate at Main Street Properties in Perdido Key, Florida. Kathy is the leading real estate expert in Perdido Key, where her market knowledge, enthusiasm and exceptional customer service skills saw her named the top volume sales agent from 2007 to 2014 and the top condo volume sales agent in all of Pensacola in 2014.

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Topics: Moving Tips, Community