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Records Retention Guide for CPAs & Accounting Firms

Accounting firms and Certified Public Accountants (CPAs) deal with numerous financial documents, and many of those records need to be carefully maintained. While federal law requires you to keep tax documents and supporting records for three years, the IRS may audit records up to six years back in certain cases, so it’s important to keep Learn more

Creating a Disaster Recovery plan for a Business

When disasters such as fires, hurricanes, or tornadoes hit, it’s important to be prepared. Disaster recovery is a manifold process that incorporates all aspects of your company. There are a few items in particular that you’ll need to account for when putting together a disaster recovery plan for your business. Communication Through all stages of Learn more

Government Document Storage

For any government, whether federal, state, city, or county, the safe and secure storage of official documents is a top priority. Armstrong Archives is pleased to offer our government records management services to organizations in and around the North Texas area. Benefits of Using Armstrong Archives Government Records Management There are several Learn more

Selecting the Right Document Storage Solution

Information is one of the most important assets of a business or organization. Theft or loss of sensitive data can paralyze a business and result in huge financial losses. Therefore, every business must zealously safeguard its data. Since data generated over time can take a huge amount of physical space and are vulnerable to Learn more

Retail Records Management in Dallas

During busy times, Dallas-area retailers are thinking about serving customers, re-stocking shelves and ensuring inventory meets demands. What they shouldn’t be worrying about is stepping over and around unkempt stacks of receipts and records. Retail records management is a task best done off site and best left to the experts. Consider the following if Learn more

Do We Need a Document Retention Policy?

A document retention policy (DRP), is a policy that informs the way your business maintains, retains, and discards documents. It outlines how long certain documents should be kept, how they should be protected, and the manner in which they should be destroyed once they are no longer needed. There are a number of reasons Learn more

Document Storage for the Energy Industry

If you work in the energy industry, it comes as no surprise that it’s one of the most heavily regulated. To comply with government regulations, an energy company might have tens of thousands of documents that need to be physically stored, scanned or destroyed. While it’s always important to keep digital backups, there are Learn more

FACTA Compliant Document Destruction

If you handle consumer information in any way, you are subject to Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act of 2003 (FACTA).  This act was created as an amendment to the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) to set forth provisions intended to protect consumers from identity theft.  The amendment sets forth requirements for the safeguarding Learn more

Secure Legal Document Solutions for Law Firms

Law firms run on documents. There is always a need to record or access important information, including case files, client data, emails, written communications, and so forth. Keeping this information confidential is absolutely vital to your success as a law firm—after all, you have a legal and ethical obligation to keep client data completely Learn more

Offsite File Storage for Financial Institutions

Banks and credit unions have various challenges when it comes to document management. Offsite file storage can help alleviate those challenges, especially when it comes to security, improving workflow, and maintaining regulatory compliance. Security Banks, credit unions, and other financial institutions handle many documents each day, many of which deal with sensitive financial information. Learn more

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