Scan on Demand: An Expedited Option for Retrieval Access

For clients storing records in off-site storage facilities, robust retrieval access options are an important element in the vendor selection process. While storage capabilities and security of your records should be major considerations, knowing how to access your archived records when and where you need them is key to a successful records management program. At. . . [Full Article]

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]

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]

Are Your Record Storage Cartons Keeping your Records Safe?

  Many Augusta area businesses maintain on-site storage areas for their files. From office spaces with several filing cabinets to rooms full of racks and storage boxes, there are various ways businesses are storing and archiving their paper records. If your organization has a storage room, attic or basement you use to store boxes of. . . [Full Article]

4 Ways Augusta Data Storage Can Help with Your Medical Records

As privacy laws continue to change, businesses and service providers who handle personally identifiable information face many challenges in staying up-to-date on compliance requirements. While many healthcare providers have moved to Electronic Healthcare Records, some still have a backlog of older patient records that need to be archived in a storage area or digitized and. . . [Full Article]