Figuring out the best way to store your records is a big part of any document management plan. Once your documents have passed their required retention time, they should be properly destroyed.

Learn more about how records storage ties into document shredding, and how a shredding management plan will help protect your company from costly data breaches.

Breaking Down the Document Management Process: Step-By-Step

From the creation all the way to destruction, document management involves the different processes and methods a business will integrate into their daily workflow to organize the lifecycle of various documents and records. Designed to take each step of a document’s life into consideration, document management programs typically include...

Scan Before You Shred

It doesn’t matter if you are keeping track of your personal information or business’ information.  If you need to destroy your documents, you always want to make sure that you properly dispose of them in order to protect your, or anyone else’s secure information. Shredding your paperwork is one...

Storing Your Records

There are plenty of ways that people are storing their records these days.  Whether it be digital, or in a storage unit you never want to take storing your records lightly.  We have explained why and how you should shred your secure documents when you are done with them,...

Going Paperless

When you make the decision to go paperless, you are making the decision to ultimately have your business run a little smoother and more efficiently.  You are also making the decision though, to start a pretty big project.  Depending on the size of your office and what your business...

File Cabinet Hoarders

I think that if you were interested you could find a show about hoarders on every night of the week. People must find this a very interesting topic to require so much coverage. Maybe is just makes people feel better about the pile of dishes they are ignoring in...