Handling an Office Data Breach

Whether you have most of your data stored digitally or you maintain paper files, a data breach can always occur. As much as you might try to safeguard your information, it could still occur, and it’s important to know what will happen if it does. If you find that you’ve been hacked or if Learn more

Human Resources Records Storage Saves Time, Money

Human resources departments handle sensitive information that’s subject to privacy laws and document retention regulations. Ensuring compliance with storage, retention, and destruction rules yet still being able access to important files can be a challenge for HR managers Improving document management processes and procedures saves time and money, with less time wasted keeping track Learn more

Medical Records Retention Best Practices

Texas physicians must retain medical records in accordance with the requirements of Texas Medical Board Rule 165.1(b). This rule requires that physicians keep: Medical records for each patient for at least seven years from the most recent date of treatment. Medical records of patients who were younger than 18 at their most recent visit 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. What 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

Cloud Document Storage & Access

More than ever, companies are moving into online solutions for every aspect of their business. Documents are often stored in cloud databases for the purpose of easing access and streamlining security, making the task of managing company records far simpler and less cost intensive. At Armstrong Archives, we provide prompt online access to stored Learn more

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Document Conversion Services

Businesses in the 21st century are relying less and less on paper and are becoming more fully digitized. For example: We advertise online; We send project information and communications via emails; and We store vast collections of information in the cloud. In many companies, records management has become completely digitized, with paper documents being Learn more

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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

Common Mistakes in Document Management

Does your organization have a strong system in place to manage documents? Failing to properly manage sensitive documents can expose a business to unnecessary risk that can have serious and lasting negative consequences. If you’re wondering whether your records storage system is up to par, review the following common mistakes in document management to 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

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