DTI Blog How Offsite Records Storage Can Improve Operations

    Posted by admin on July 21, 2016

    Offsite paper records storage can help you lower your operating costs, improve employee productivity, create more value from information assets, and protect your organization from the risks of litigation, audit, and disaster.

    There are many standards to consider when storing records beyond stuffing files into boxes and locating the nearest vacant office space or closet to dump them in! Safety and confidentiality of important records and files is often taken too lightly.

    Today, businesses can quickly become overwhelmed with attempts to comply with privacy standards, sensitive document handling, and even protection from fraud and identity theft.
    Whether you have archive files that need to be retained for the long-term, have paper files that are retrieved frequently by staff, or you are just looking for more space to run the day-to-day tasks that your business demands, off-site records storage can be a simple and cost-effective solution.

    The biggest savings associated with offsite records storage is the amount of money you save on in-house storage costs. Paper records, take up a considerable amount of square footage. You can reduce a significant amount of your leased space just by moving records to an offsite location. In addition to decreasing the amount of wasted space, you will also get access to enhanced security and better protection for important data—something that can cost your company thousands to manage in-house.

    Take this a step further by transitioning your offiste storage files to the cloud! This will create more value by turning paper into actionable digital data that authorized personnel will have immediate access to anytime, anywhere, 24/7! Provide greater security and functionality, increased productivity, and position your organization with an advantage over it's competition.

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