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3 Steps to Establishing a Record Retention Schedule

Steve Clopton

Record retention is important for every business. Depending on the industry, enterprises are required to retain a variety of documents in adherence with regulations and destroy them on a schedule. Individuals also need to think about record retention and dispose of personal information properly.

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Topics: records management

How Much Could You Save by Hiring a Moving Company?

Patrina Sykes

Moving is a time-consuming endeavor. Whether you do the move yourself or hire movers to handle it for you, there are decisions to be made, belongings to be packed, and services to be canceled and arranged.

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Topics: Moving Tips

4 Ways to Make Data Security a Priority in Your Organization

Jim Beran

Anybody who’s been paying attention to the news knows that data breaches have become increasingly common. Data thefts have affected large companies like Target as well as smaller companies around the world.

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Topics: Compliance

Best Practices for Health IT Data Management

Steve Clopton

Every organization that stores health and medical records on behalf of patients must adhere to HIPAA regulations. The regulations specify which records must be stored, which security measures must be taken, and when records must be destroyed.

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Topics: records management

4 Wrong Ways to Destroy a Hard Drive Permanently

Meagan Mangold

Destroying a hard drive isn’t as easy as you might think. Even data on a drive that’s been severely damaged can sometimes still be retrieved. That’s a scary thought if your organization needs to destroy data in accordance with HIPAA or FACTA regulations.

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Topics: Data Destruction

Are Your Employees or Processes a Threat to HIPAA Compliance?

Jim Beran

HIPAA compliance requires adherence to HIPAA laws regarding the storage and destruction of health records is a must for every provider. HIPAA outlines administrative, physical, and technical safeguards to protect patient information.

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Topics: HIPAA Compliance

Keep Your Company’s Reputation Safe with Uniform Destruction

Jim Beran

Security is important for every organization. It’s common for business to have systems in place to store and destroy their important documents and data according to regulatory requirements. But, even if you’re doing everything right when it comes to document destruction, you might still be leaving yourself at risk in other ways.

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Topics: Data Destruction

Transporting Medical Records: HIPAA Privacy & Security Reminders

Patrina Sykes

Moving important medical records from one point to another is far more involved than moving office furniture and supplies. You have a responsibility to the people whose records you store to keep their personal information secure. You also have a legal obligation under HIPAA to adhere to their privacy and security guidelines.

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Topics: HIPAA Compliance

DOs & DON’Ts of Computer Hard Drive Destruction & Disposal

Jim Beran

What goes into destroying a computer hard drive? The truth is that the security of computer hard drive destruction is far more important than you might think. Erasing files can still leave them vulnerable to retrieval. Physically destroying your hard drives provides ultimate protection of your valuable data.

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Topics: Data Destruction

Alleviating Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) Risks with Compliant Records Management

Steve Clopton

Every company has a responsibility to keep accurate accounts. The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 dictates specific record-keeping and accounting requirements. Failure to comply with them can lead to legal penalties as well as damage to your reputation.

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Topics: records management

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