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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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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

Mitigating Compliance and Information Security Risk with Records Management

Steve Clopton

Every company should be concerned with information security. The average data breach costs $3.9 million and can do irreparable damage to your company’s reputation. The same is true with compliance missteps, which can cost thousands of dollars in fines and lost trust.

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Topics: records management

Securing Your Business Data Ahead of a Hurricane

Steve Clopton

Hurricane season is in full swing and with it, a heightened sense of urgency about preparing your business for a big storm and the hassles that come with it. 

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Topics: Distaster Recovery

Why Recycling Hard Drives Could be a Huge Liability to Your Business

Steve Clopton

What should you do with business hard drives you’re no longer using? That’s an important question to ask – and answering it incorrectly can lead to significant risks down the line.

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Topics: Data Destruction

Hiring a Document Storage Company Ahead of Hurricane Season

Steve Clopton

Do you have important paper documents and electronic storage for your company? If you do, then it’s essential to have a disaster recovery system in place to ensure that your documents are protected during a disaster and accessible after the fact.

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Topics: Records storage

Managing E-Waste 4 Tips for Proper Electronics Disposal

Steve Clopton

As more businesses turn to paperless documents and storage, it’s essential to have a plan for managing e-waste. You need to protect your valuable data, but you also need to figure out how to properly dispose of electronics that you’re no longer using.

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Topics: Data Destruction

The Importance of Using a NAID-Certified Vendor for Data Destruction

Steve Clopton

Do you have a data destruction schedule for your business? Even if you’re not bound by regulations such as HIPAA and FACTA, you still have a responsibility to your clients to protect their information and destroy it properly.

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Topics: Data Destruction

5 Security Questions You Should Ask Your Document Storage Provider

Steve Clopton

Document storage is not something you can afford to take lightly. Before you partner with a document storage provider to store and safeguard your most important business records, it’s important to ask a few key questions to ensure that the provider you choose has the expertise to protect them.

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Taxes Filed? Know What Documents to Keep and What to Shred

Steve Clopton

Filing taxes is an annual requirement and one that can occupy a lot of time for both individuals and businesses. Once your taxes are filed, you might want to relax and forget about them. But, you’ll need to consider what to do with the documents related to your taxes.

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Topics: Shredding

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