8 Reasons Businesses Should Use Cloud Storage

Cloud Storage is one of the most convenient methods for businesses to store data online. Thousands of businesses are working with cloud storage providers to run their organizations. The advantages of cloud computing continue to grow, so the time to adapt to the emerging technology is now.

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5 Steps to Electronic Document Security

The volume and complexity of information that businesses create and use are often a challenge to manage. Organizations processing thousands of electronic documents in a variety of formats are at risk of having their data lost or stolen. Here’s how our document management services provide electronic document security in 5 simple steps.

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Day Forward Scanning, Back File Conversion, or Both?

A major decision every organization faces is how they will convert historical, paper documents into digital files on demand. Starting your document scanning project means you’ll need to decide if day forward scanning, backfile conversion, or a combination of both digitization strategies will work best for your project.

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Why You Should Outsource Your Document Management Program

Outsourcing your documents to a document imaging and management provider can speed up workflows and build a secure electronic repository for documents that reduces storage, your ecological footprint, and more. Learn about the benefits of outsourced document management and how it can maintain compliances and increase business efficiency.

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Common Records Retention Policies and Schedules

With most organizations’ data footprint growing 20-50% per year, keeping documents past pre-established dates can run the risk of security breaches and non-compliance with common privacy legislations. Here are some of the most common record retention schedules to help you craft a compliant document retention policy.

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Why Should Your Business Have a Document Retention Policy?

Establishing and implementing a proper record retention schedule is vital for any business that manages confidential and private records. A document retention policy, also known as a record retention schedule, keeps your organization compliant with legal and record-keeping requirements. The policy ensures that employees follow approved requirements consistently and legally, preventing unwanted problems and stress, helping you better serve your company’s bottom line.

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