• COVID-19 Pandemic Has Highlighted Concerns About Document Storage and Access

    No matter what industry you are in, every company across the world generates and maintains a large amount of documentation. Every person in a business’s team needs access to that information on a daily basis, and they need that information to be both able to be acquired quickly and effectively, and also know that it is secure. And, with each day that passes in a business, even more documentation and records are produced which in turn need to be stored.
  • The Do's & Don'ts of Keeping Employee Records

    The privacy of personal information and data is now a high concern of many, especially in the workplace. For employers, it is a duty of care to securely manage the sensitive data of employees, along with accurately storing employee records. With GDPR in place, data protection is now vital in business. Without following general data protection guidelines and following the disclosure of employees, regulations may be broken, leading to potential legal issues.
  • Top 9 Reasons Why Offsite Document Storage Can Be Useful for Your Business

    In this day and age, it seems like it’s possible to store everything imaginable online. Your music, photographs, and documents can all be stored in cloud spaces. When it comes to official documentation though, it gets a little trickier. For all that we’re trying to cut down on paper usage, for some businesses it can be a legal requirement to have a paper copy of a document available.
  • GDPR: How Does It Affect Document Management

    Back in early 2018, a lot of companies all started to get worried about the same four letters… GDPR. These stood for “General Data Protection Regulation” and this act proved to be one of the biggest causes for change in data privacy in the last couple of decades. The main goal of this new legislation was to help protect customers’ privacy in an age where most of our data is now kept online, rather than on paper documents.
  • Where Can I Shred My Documents?

    No matter whether you have a large bulk or a small consistent flow of confidential and personal documents in your possession, it is important that it doesn’t end up in the wrong hands. Identity theft and the obtainment of confidential data is on the rise.