Why Assured Document Destruction Is Important In the Digital Age

The digital age has brought with it new levels of convenience and productivity but also new levels of risk when it comes to data security. Document destruction in the digital age is as important as ever before.  There is so much more to destroying a document properly than ripping up some paper and throwing it… Read More »

Is online file storage a safe and secure option for businesses?

There are several reasons why businesses trust us with their offsite data management. Storing important data in a secure location provides extra security, ensures compliance, increased organization and easy access to records when and where they are needed. While an inexperienced business owner might hesitate to trust a third-party company with the information and resources… Read More »

When traveling for work, how can you maintain secure data storage?

Traveling for work this spring? If so, cybersecurity should be at the top of your list of concerns. While working from a secure location, or accessing your personal network, you can be more or less confident that your actions online are not being tracked or that you are unwittingly giving criminals access to your files.… Read More »

There’s More to X-Ray Film Recycling than Shredding

Think you can get away with simple shredding of your old x-ray film? Stop right there. The film is made up of a variety of materials and chemicals that make recycling film records interesting, to say the least. Medical film, in particular, presents several challenges in proper disposal, from patient security to toxin management. If… Read More »

How Can You Maintain a High Level of Security While Working from Home?

Data security in the modern age of remote workers and working from can be a challenge. But it’s still very important to take into consideration because of the demands of an increasingly remote workforce call for a modern security strategy. Here are a few ways that you can keep your team connected and effective while… Read More »

Four ways to improve workplace productivity through improved file organization

If you’re struggling to get ahead in business, it’s possibly due to poor file organization. Your valuable data lives in your documents. A lack of consistent and reliable access to the data you need, when you need it, can really do a lot to hold you and your team back. But luckily, there are easy… Read More »

Weighing the Cost Benefits of Offsite Data Storage

As with anything in business, there are pros and cons to moving to fully off-site data storage. But if you are curious about the trend of cloud data management or even just need some extra space around the office, then you should at least look into how off-site storage might be a solution for your… Read More »

Why You Should Always Trust the Experts with X-Ray Film Recycling

We’re living and working in an age when the decisions we make have long term and far-reaching effects. X-Ray film disposal and recycling can have severe and complicated side effects if you don’t know what you’re doing. That’s why it’s so important to work with an expert who understands the complexities of records management. Here’s… Read More »

A Look Into Common Security Vulnerabilities Impacting Office Security

Is your office at risk of a serious security breach due to simple mistakes and unnecessary vulnerability? Chances are that you are. As security becomes more important to long term business success, it’s critical for businesses to get serious about these common security vulnerabilities. You might be surprised which of these mistakes is taking place… Read More »

Is Google Drive Storage a Secure Location for Your Office’s File Management?

Cloud computing has clear convenience and storage capacity benefits. The accessibility and functionality of Google Drive is truly hard to compete with. But trusting the cloud can be a challenge. Businesses from large to small should be concerned with the increasing threat of cyber security, and what vulnerabilities cloud computing opens them up to. With… Read More »