Running out of office space? Wondering where to store your business files? In this blog, we show how records center storage is superior to self-storage when it comes to your documents. Privacy Protection Your client contracts, bank statements, tax records and employee files contain sensitive data, and you must protect them. Self-storage facilities do not…

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If you don’t regularly handle sensitive information but have documents that need to be securely discarded from time to time, purge shredding is the way to go. In this blog, we discuss the top benefits of purge shredding. Reduced Clutter It’s easy to push your unwanted files aside and hope they disappear, but it doesn’t…

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Every company has a wide range of business records, including inactive files. Skyrocketing office space costs and privacy concerns can make managing them a challenge. In this blog, we offer several tips to help you stay on top of your inactive files. 1. Implement a Records Retention Policy A records retention schedule indicates how long…

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Documents can pile up fast, creating chaos in the workplace. That’s why it’s important to have an efficient routine for destroying expired and no-longer-needed paper records. In this blog, we discuss the benefits of quarterly purge shredding. Clutter Reduction A messy office environment littered with documents has a negative impact on your productivity, but quarterly…

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There’s a good chance you’ve seen a mobile shredding vehicle on the highway or at an office building. It may have left you wondering why businesses use this service instead of shredding documents themselves. In this blog, we discuss the benefits of mobile on-site shredding. Identity Theft and Business Fraud Protection Businesses operate on a…

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2019 is ending. Will your record keeping practices make the grade in 2020? A weak records management program can impede your organization’s compliance with state and federal regulations. In this blog, we outline four essential records management procedures. 1. Review A records retention schedule helps you decide what documents to keep and how long to…

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Organizations that store, handle, or transmit protected health information (PHI) must comply with the Health Information Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). Is your practice HIPAA compliant? In this blog, we offer several steps for making sure your organization is compliant with HIPAA requirements. Understand the Purpose of HIPAA HIPAA was enacted to modernize the flow…

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 You probably know someone who has digitized their office, and it’s likely they’re more productive and less stressed because of it. You can achieve the same. In this blog, we discuss several benefits of going paperless. 1. Streamlined Access to Information Remember the last time you needed an important file and had to stop what…

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You may have seen shredding bins at your bank or doctor’s office, but you’re not sure if outsourced shredding can offer any benefits to a business like yours. You may be wondering if you and your employees have been feeding documents into paper shredding machines for far too long. Here are five ways your business…

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Managing paper records is tedious and time consuming. Where and how are you storing your business documents? In this blog we offer a comparison of off-site and on-site document storage. Cost Many organizations assume off-site document storage is more expensive than on-site storage, but there are several cost advantages to storing documents off-site. File cabinets…

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