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Steve Clopton

Steve Clopton

Steve Clopton is Territory Manager for “The Greater Pensacola” market. Steve brings over 15 years of sales experience and is a native son of Pensacola. He is actively involved in the Pensacola business community serving, as an ambassador for the Pensacola Chamber of Commerce, is a proud member of Subwest Rotary club, and has recently joined Crimestoppers as a board member. In Steve’s spare time he enjoys spending time with family and friends, sports and motorcycling, and being actively involved with his church.
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Office Consolidation Document Storage Tips

Steve Clopton

The new reality created by the COVID-19 pandemic has led many businesses to embrace the idea of employees working remotely. As the crisis continues, we expect to see more business consolidating their workspace to reduce overhead expenses.

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Topics: Records storage, records management

Document Scanning: Preparing for Tax Season 2021

Steve Clopton

You may be getting ready to file your 2020 income tax return, but that doesn’t mean it’s too early to start planning for next year’s taxes. In fact, the decisions you make now can have a huge impact on how long it takes you to complete next year’s filing when tax season rolls around.

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Topics: Scanning, document imaging

Remote Work: Keeping Company Information Secure

Steve Clopton

We’ve all had to adjust to a new reality thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic. One of the biggest changes has been that many of us are now working from our homes.

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Topics: Data Destruction, Identity Theft

Hard Drive Shredder: The Solution to Your Digital Hoarding Problem

Steve Clopton

It’s easier than ever to save digital information. Most of us have thousands of files between our email inboxes, cloud storage, social media sites, and our phones. And while it can seem like a good idea to save everything “just in case,” the opposite may be true.

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Topics: Records storage, Data Destruction

Small Business Record Management Tips to Ease Federal Tax Filing

Steve Clopton

Tax season is here. For a lot of small business owners in Florida, it’s a stressful and busy time. With the pressure of tax filing deadlines and documentation requirements, it’s easy to get overwhelmed.

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Topics: records management

How Proper Data Destruction Can Protect Your Proprietary Information

Steve Clopton

Does your company have valuable proprietary information stored on your hard drives? A lot of businesses store important information, including client records, data, product research and more on hard drives on their premises.

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Topics: Data Destruction

5 Ways to Improve Your Practice’s Health Record Management System

Steve Clopton

Records management is a crucial concern for every healthcare practice. Not only do you have a moral obligation to your patients to manage their records responsibly, but you also have a legal responsibility under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) to have a secure health record management system in place.

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Topics: records management

How Can Document Scanning Improve Your Company’s Project Management?

Steve Clopton

Managing a big project can be stressful, and it can also present an organizational challenge. In addition to bringing groups of people together, you also need to share access to important documents and other resources.

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Topics: Records storage, Scanning, document imaging, records management

How does HIPAA Compliance Benefit your Business?

Steve Clopton

Complying with HIPAA law is a requirement for all companies in the healthcare industry as well as all medical providers. If you’re starting your own business and HIPAA law affects you, you might be feeling overwhelmed at the thought of adhering to HIPAA regulations.

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Topics: Records storage, Identity Theft, records management, Compliance, HIPAA Compliance

Protect Customer Data by Following These 7 Document Storage Tips

Steve Clopton

Storing customer data puts you in the position of being responsible for protecting your customers’ personal information. Whether you’re storing financial data such as credit card numbers, bank account numbers and Social Security numbers, or personal healthcare information, you have a moral and legal responsibility to act responsibly.

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Topics: Records storage, records management

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