5 Challenges Associated with Onsite Records Storage

Today more than ever, businesses of all industries have significant amounts of data that must be managed regularly. Not only do records need to be organized and filed for general business efficiency but the government also requires record retention for tax and other legal purposes. So what’s the best solution for safe and accurate Learn more

2020-07-08T14:14:35-05:00June 3rd, 2020|Records Storage Dallas, Uncategorized|

HIPAA Compliant Records Storage and Destruction

The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) created standards for the storage and disposal of protected health information (PHI). Healthcare providers and businesses must comply with the HIPAA not only to obey the law and protect confidential patient information, but also to costly fines and lawsuits. Here, we review guidelines to follow to Learn more

Tips for Choosing the Right Records Management Service

Quality records management is a necessity for many business owners, and it can be difficult to know which vendors are the right fit for your business. It is important to understand that not all records management services are the same. Several elements may affect the quality and delivery of records management. Here are some tips Learn more

Top Considerations for Document Management

Top Considerations for Document Management Records management is a major concern for virtually any company, but different industries face different regulatory requirements concerning document management and recordkeeping. Depending on the industry, size of the business, turnaround expectations of customers, and level of digitalization, a company’s records management strategy will vary. Armstrong Archives, LLC regularly assists Learn more

FERPA and Student Record Storage

Do you know your rights under federal law as a student or as the parent of a student with protected student records? Which organizations have you authorized to handle your protected records? If those organizations are not in compliance with federal laws, your records could be mishandled, altered, stolen, or otherwise compromised. Student records are Learn more

Tips for Becoming a Paperless Law Office

Law offices everywhere generate a huge amount of paper. As professionals in office spaces look to find greener, more environmentally friendly methods of operating, it should come as no surprise that many lawyers have begun creating paperless law offices. Even if you have decided to go paperless, however, it can be difficult to determine exactly Learn more

Understanding Federated Searches

Federated search refers to a type of information retrieval system that allows a user to simultaneously search multiple resources. After making a single query, a federated search gathers results from multiple engines that participate in the federation. Unlike distributed search, federated searches require centralized coordination of searchable resources. The following will take a brief look Learn more

2019-06-12T16:21:22-05:00June 12th, 2019|Document Storage, Records Storage Dallas|

Why Off-Site Document Storage in Better than On-Site

To avoid complications and streamline business operations, companies must come up with a number of different policies including a strategy for document storage. This plan should address a number of key issues including what documents will be retained, how long the documents will be held, and where and how the documents will be stored. Typically, Learn more

Choosing Between Onsite & Offsite Document Storage

Document storage can be a hassle for many companies. One of the largest considerations a business must make is whether to store documents at its office or at an offsite location. Businesses have large amounts of data, and government requirements for both tax and business purposes can make record retention a daunting task. While much Learn more

2020-05-23T03:13:59-05:00November 26th, 2018|Records Storage, Records Storage Dallas|

Document Management for Educational Institutions

Colleges and universities throughout the United States handle a huge amount of data, much of it on paper, in the form of applications, enrollment records, student transcripts, human resource forms, financial documents and much more.  Any educational institution that receives a certain type of funding from the U.S. Dept of Education is required by federal Learn more

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