To Back-scan or Not to Back-scan: That is the Question

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For any company going through a document management overhaul that involves moving to a predominantly electronic content management system, there is one looming question—do we back-scan all of our past documents? What is back-scanning? Back-scanning is the process of digitizing all physical paper documents by going “back” and “scanning” every essential material in a company’s…Read Full Article

4 Signs Your Document Management is Inefficient

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Despite the immense gains in document management technology, there are many companies whose office management processes regarding documents are a mess. Some of these offices may not even realize how disorganized their document management processes have become. In this post, we’re going to look at a few tell-tale signs that your office’s document management protocols…Read Full Article

Remotely Safe: How to Keep Business Network Access Secure with Remote Workers

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(4-min read) You’ll be hard-pressed to find a company that doesn’t allow any remote access to sensitive networks for workers when away from the office. Though convenient, this access presents a challenge for data security. How can you keep sensitive company data secure while allowing remote workers access to it while they use a variety…Read Full Article

The Importance of Securing Physical Data Storage Equipment

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(3.5-min read) Even Before Cybersecurity, Lock Down Your Physical Security With a particular focus on cybersecurity for business data systems can come a lapse in physical security. Whether a physical drive is left in public, internal doors to storage facilities left unlocked, or filing cabinets are left unsecured when not in use, physical data leaks…Read Full Article