Creating Accountability in Your Records Information Management Processes

Developing Records Information Management (RIM) processes for any business requires the coordination of various aspects of how people use, store, transfer, and dispose of the records you manage. A comprehensive RIM process outlines details about how to manage and oversee information security during every step of the document life-cycle, but one of the most crucial. . . [Full Article]

The Value of Vault Storage Services

When many businesses talk about backups and steps they are taking to protect their data and information they mention servers and cloud-based systems that automatically record information, backup data regularly and are accessible from anywhere. In the age of instant access, these are great (and valuable!) solutions, one backup is better than none, but if. . . [Full Article]

Augusta Data Storage Offers New Secure Collection Containers for Electronic Devices

At Augusta Data Storage, we are always looking for ways to meet the growing needs of our customer base in the CSRA. We pride ourselves on being a solutions-driven service provider, and we recently got to put our problem-solving skills to the task! For many of our customers, the convenience and security of our collection. . . [Full Article]

Is Your Business Using Layered Backup Systems?

We live in an information-rich world. Statistics say humans create over 2.5 quintillion bytes of data every single day. That’s a lot of data. While that number represents a variety of information, from various platforms, you can bet that a sizeable chunk includes critical business data. As our world continues to shift to digital records. . . [Full Article]

5 Questions to Ask your Records Information Management (RIM) Provider

From professional services firms to doctor’s offices, hospitals, and even private companies, the role that information plays in day-to-day operations is undeniable. For many businesses and organizations managing and maintain proprietary and personally identifiable information are regular practice, but practice doesn’t always make perfect. For many managers, finding the time to devote to building comprehensive. . . [Full Article]