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Clean Desk Policy to Beat Business Spies

Clean Desk Policy to Beat Business Spies

Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on Aug. 28, 2017 and has been updated for accuracy and comprehensiveness. You’ve studied up on malware and hackers. Maybe you’ve beefed up the IT department and designed a fierce cybersecurity program with firewalls and multiple backups. Perhaps you’ve even educated your team, warning them about opening unfamiliar […]
Traditional Self Storage: Is it the Right Choice for Your Business?

Traditional Self Storage: Is it the Right Choice for Your Business?

Space is tight in California’s urban centers—with occupancy costs at a jaw-dropping $113.84 per square foot in San Francisco. If given the choice, you might think about putting some of your business stuff in a traditional self storage unit and leasing out some of that extra space in your office formerly taken up by all […]
Data Breaches Hit California Small Businesses, Too

Data Breaches Hit California Small Businesses, Too

Learn why these companies fell prey to breaches and how you can avoid their mistakes. National Fraud Awareness Week is the perfect opportunity for professionals and business owners to reflect on the far-reaching impact of fraud. It’s coming up later this year, beginning November 11 and lasting until the 17th. During this week-long conversation, one […]
GDPR Compliance Facts that California Businesses Must Know

GDPR Compliance Facts that California Businesses Must Know

The GDPR, enacted on May 25, 2018, has quickly become one of the top five records management laws every information manager must know. This powerful new law enforces that companies doing business in, or that have ties with, the European Union must manage and protect their customer’s data according to a much higher GDPR compliance […]
5 Key Use Cases for an Inactive Records Strategy

5 Key Use Cases for an Inactive Records Strategy

What does a past employee’s personnel file, last year’s tax return and closed case files have in common? They are all inactive records. What are inactive records? Also known as unused files or archives, these are “documents which are no longer referenced on a regular basis and tend to be stored in a less accessible […]
Tape Storage: It’s still here, and it’s better than ever

Tape Storage: It’s still here, and it’s better than ever

Experts keep ringing the death bell for tape storage. But this simple, inexpensive and dependable storage solution refuses to die. Some experts are even saying tape storage is more valuable now than ever.This tried-and-true technology can solve many of your most modern information management problems. It is low-priced, environmentally friendly and almost entirely immune to […]
5 Ways to Hold a Shred Day

5 Ways to Hold a Shred Day

Many of our clients organized paper shredding events last week in honor of Earth Day, April 22nd. #EarthDay is a global holiday where people join efforts to show support for a sustainable environment—like hold a shred day. Paper shredding is an eco-friendly way to remove unwanted paper securely while protecting our planet. Many businesses found […]
Three Data Management Must-Dos

Three Data Management Must-Dos

Let’s face it: 2017 is turning out to be a very unpredictable year. A year when external forces like California floods along with mudslides, and the San Francisco Metropolitan Transit Agency (SFMTA) system hacker scanning for year-old Java vulnerability are bringing some unknowns into the business world, and yes, even data management. These are all […]