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Becoming a Minimalist? The First Steps to Downsize Your Home

Patrina Sykes

Do you have too many things or too much space? If you do, then you may want to consider becoming a minimalist. It’s a big step but one that can bring a great deal of harmony and peace to your life.

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

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

Meagan Mangold

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

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 Do You Need Secure Document Scanning Before Going Paperless?

Jim Beran

Going “paperless” is increasingly viewed as a key sign of a modern business. However, it’s not always in a company’s best interest to cut paper entirely out of record-keeping and other processes. Instead, it often makes more sense to simply cut back on paper use and begin the transition to paperless records management with digital files.

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Topics: Scanning

How to Use Document Conversion Services to Delight Your Customers

Jacob Gilmore

Modern companies understand the importance of reliable document scanning and digital conversion of records for remote access capability and information backup. They also realize that managing physical document storage in-house can tax even the most resource-rich businesses.

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Topics: Records storage, Scanning

3 Records Management Gaps That Could Harm Your Business

Jim Beran

Keeping business operations streamlined and running smoothly is a key goal for many business owners. After all, as your business grows, so too do clients, responsibilities, and business documents.

Business documents may include the paper documents you house on-site, or the electronic records you keep for each new customer. Managing records is a necessary aspect of many businesses, but keeping them organized and secure over time can present an unforeseen challenge for many business owners and administrative professionals.

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Topics: Records storage, Scanning, Shredding, Data Destruction

Why Businesses Prefer Document Scanning Services Over In-House Scanning

Jacob Gilmore

If your company has been in business for a while, then you know that it’s essential to have a solid records management plan in place. After all, bringing on more customers, patients, or clients usually means more paperwork, and it’s important to make sure you’re managing all your information efficiently.

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Topics: Scanning

3 Ways to Get Up to Speed on Document Imaging Services for Your Business

Jim Beran

I recently finished watching Marvel’s “The Flash” on Netflix. For anyone who doesn't know the basis of the story, it begins with a man-turned-superhero who receives the power of super speed after a freak lightning strike.  

It’s crazy to think of a supernatural human who can accomplish tasks in the blink of an eye. Just think, if you had these powers, everyday records management assignments could be completed well before lunch. Imagine all of the time that would be available to channel toward more demanding job responsibilities.

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Topics: Scanning

4 Things You Need to Know About Digital Document Management Today

Jacob Gilmore

When combining the responsibilities of managing records with a fast-paced work setting, keeping up can be difficult for business owners or office managers.

Hybrid document management plans, where certain records are being stored either physically or electronically, are becoming part of the norm as the role of technology grows in office environments. With more businesses relying on digital document management, it’s important to stay up-to-date on the best ways to maintain electronic records. 

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Topics: Scanning

5 Big Movements in Records Management to Look For in 2016

Jim Beran

With another year almost over, it’s time to make those New Year's resolutions again. We're not talking about your typical personal resolutions, but instead, we mean your business records management resolutions. Methods of handling records are constantly changing to better protect your sensitive information. Now is the time to get serious about records management for your company and know what big movements to look out for in 2016.

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Topics: Records storage, Scanning

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