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The reasons are obvious as to why organizations such as healthcare, financial institutions, accounting firms and other businesses choose to rely on professional document management services, the amount of personally identifiable information (PII) contained within the walls of these companies could significantly affect hundreds of thousands of people’s lives should the information fall into the
Whether you’re a big shot CEO in charge of a room full of eager employees, or a small business owner who works out of their home, properly storing your most sensitive information is vital to ensuring the health, happiness, and success of your home or business. Stolen or lost information can result in significant personal
Information management is an ever-present challenge for small businesses. Cramped records rooms overflow with dented file boxes that are mismarked, and loose pages that have found their way to the corners. You know you need a record storage solution, but the thought of paying out another dollar makes you shudder. Before you invest in a
With millions of people constantly giving out highly sensitive information including names, addresses, phone numbers, bank and credit card account numbers, income and credit histories, and social security numbers, financial institutions are required to adhere to a collective set of rules and regulations related to document storage in order to preserve the safety of the
Does your firm have rogue data? You bet it does. Rogue data, also called “dark data” consists of unmanaged data that is stored and used in spreadsheets, email, instant messaging communications, notes or presentations, older versions of relevant documents, client information, previous employee data, or any records, documents, or electronically stored information that is outdated
Information is a strategic asset that requires intense oversight in order to best use it to manage costs, make decisions, and reduce risk in your business. Adopting an information governance program serves the dual purpose of helping you optimize information for growth and development while meeting the standards for compliance with government and corporate regulations.
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Businesses run on information, but managing that information becomes increasingly complex with changes in technology and corporate and governmental regulations. In response to these changes, your plan to manage your records and information should include a professional records and information supplier. Records and information suppliers are information management specialists who maintain secure, off-site document and
Technology has brought widespread change to the number of organizational documents, and how they are generated, stored, accessed, and used. In response to these changes, governmental and corporate regulations have expanded to ensure vulnerable information remains protected throughout the document lifecycle, whether it is a hard copy file, or electronically stored. To remain compliant with