Tag Archives: file moves


Reader Favorites: Our most popular records management resources

Thursday, November 17, 2016

Our most popular resources over the past month address a few issues that don’t always get a lot of press, but that doesn’t make them any less challenging, or important. First up, we a have a white paper that shares three tips to help you navigate corporate file moves. We also have a toolkit to help you plan and develop an environmentally friendly records management program. Finally, we share a guide that outlines nine elements of a successful document imaging project.


How to manage records during a corporate move – part 2

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

In last week’s blog post we started to tackle the massive challenge of managing records during a corporate move. As we learned, there are some essential steps to take before the move begins. These include auditing the individual collections being moved, updating your records governance policies and reducing the volume of records being moved. With those measures in place, it’s time to consider how you’ll manage records during and after the move. Unfortunately, records management can’t step back at this point and leave the process entirely in the hands of the moving company. It is essential that we take a guiding role by bringing clear procedures and tools to the process.


Corporate File Move Tips: Seize the Opportunity to Improve

Thursday, May 10, 2012

A move is a great time to make changes to your records management program and a chance to improve the way your records are stored and handled. If you have had a big project in mind, now is the time, just follow these simple steps!


File Moving Tips for Ensuring Accessibility, Security, Continuity

Thursday, April 19, 2012

When it comes to moving your records, the most important thing to remember is that files are not furniture. They require special handling so that nothing goes missing and every document remains secure and accessible through the process.