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

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Managing the hybrid records environment requires work on many fronts.  Our most popular resources from the past month provide tips to help you do just that.

To optimize your use of space for physical records, we have a guide to mobile storage, which can help you increase space utilization by as much as  300%.   We also share best practices on how to organize electronic records on a shared drive.  If you are looking to transition your physical records to electronic format, we have a guide that will help you decide between in-house document imaging vs. working with an outside partner.

1. The Mobile Storage Buyer’s Guide

The Mobile Storage Buyer's Guide

Wouldn’t it be nice to have an expert help you make the right buying decisions?

We thought so too, so we sat down with our mobile shelving experts and created a resource that covers what you need to know.

You’ll get buyer’s notes on points like:

  • Understanding your current & future storage requirements
  • Assessing your space in design terms
  • Workflow considerations
  • Security & compliance
  • Mobile shelving basics
  • Available products and use-cases

Download the Mobile Shelving Buyer’s Guide.

2. Eight Steps to an Organized Shared Drive

8 Steps to an Organized Shared Drive

Imagine turning your shared drive into an organized, efficient records management tool. Sound impossible? It is easier than you think, and this resource will show you how in 8 simple steps.


Download our shared drive whitepaper.

3. The Real Cost of Imaging: DIY vs. Outsourcing

Download The Real Cost of Imaging: DIY vs. Outsourcing White Paper - Image

Do-it-yourself or outsource?

It is a huge question if you’re going electronic, and the answer lies in accurately determining the cost.

This resource will help you map your project requirements and fully assess the costs of:

  • Equipment
  • Labor
  • Management
  • Facilities

With this knowledge, you can make the right decision when it comes to scanning in-house or with a partner.


You can download this resource here.

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