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

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

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. Document Security Banks, credit unions, and other financial institutions handle many documents each day, many of which deal with sensitive financial Learn more

Protecting Your Company from Employee-Related Data Loss

A company’s data is extremely valuable. From client lists to sensitive financial records, employees handle this data during normal day-to-day operations. Employees can easily compromise this data unintentionally or with malicious motives.  To mitigate this risk, a company must implement procedures to prevent current or departing employees from mishandling data (whether deliberately or not) Learn more

2020-08-25T07:55:42-05:00December 7th, 2018|Consulting and Logistics, Data Security|

5 Main Risks Businesses Face in the Digital Age

Running a business is like a game of chess. To beat your opponent, you must always think at least one move ahead. The only way to keep your business up, running, and profitable in the digital age is to anticipate various risks and head them off before they occur. Thinking ahead and protecting your Learn more

2020-08-25T08:22:27-05:00September 26th, 2018|Consulting and Logistics|

What is the 3-2-1 Rule for Data Backups?

It’s no secret that backing up your data is important, but how exactly does one do so with 100% confidence in its security? One tried-and-true method experts employ is the “3-2-1 rule.” In an ever-evolving Information Technology (IT) world, the 3-2-1 data backup method has remained a constant for its simplicity and high effectiveness. Learn more

Off-Site Storage for Insurance Companies

Your insurance company has been collecting and storing consumer data for as long as it’s been in business. That information is vital to your everyday operation, and it’s vulnerable to security breech. A breech could cause legal issues, lost customers, and diminished profits. Many companies look to off-site storage for an affordable, secure solution. Learn more

Benefits of Shredding Services

Whether you’re a business or an individual, you likely have sensitive paperwork. Vital records such as passports, bank statements, credit card bills and other documents, in the wrong hands, can make anyone vulnerable to identify theft. Businesses often want to know their options for secure document destruction when it comes to employee records and Learn more

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 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 Learn more

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