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Electronic records

Reader Favorites, Aug 2015: Our most popular records management resources

In our roundup of the most popular records management resources of the past month, we look first at corporate moves. Files are not furniture, so this white paper offers three tips to help you relocate corporate records securely and efficiently. We also bring you a white paper on records management best practices for electronic records. Many of our readers also enjoyed our practical assessment tool to help you reduce document retrieval times.Read More

Questions to ask a prospective provider of cloud records storage

In our last blog post, we looked at the key pitfalls to avoid when moving to a cloud records storage provider. As we found out, one of the keys to success is conducting due diligence on the provider itself and its offering. To help you do that, we present a list of questions to ask a prospective cloud storage provider. This will help you maintain compliance, ownership and control, as well as the security of your records.Read More

Reader Favorites, June 2015: Our most popular records management resources

Our most popular resources the past month address a variety of common records management issues.

If cloud storage is a source of confusion and uncertainty in your organization, our cloud storage guide is the perfect place to start. We also have a best practice guide for imaging projects and a package of resources to help you address your records retention challenges.Read More

Reader Favorites, May 2015: Our most popular records management resources

Our most popular resources the past month address key challenges with both electronic and physical records.

Our first resource provides a framework to help you determine if document imaging is right for your organization. We also have a white paper that talks about the best approach to metrics in an electronic document and records management system. Finally, we offer several tips to help you reduce offsite storage costs.Read More

How to effectively manage a shared drive: Part 2

In our last blog post we shared four initial steps to help you optimize the use of your shared drives. These first steps involved creating an information framework, designing the folder structure and establishing user permissions. From there, we were able to implement the new structure on the shared drive itself. However, before your new structure is ready for prime time, you’ll need to take care of a few additional steps.Read More