Weighing the Pros and Cons Of Records Storage At The Office

Every business starts out by storing all of its records at its own office. As the vital records grow and grow, most businesses progress to moving some records to an off-site location.


  • Easy accessibility
  • No need to take time to properly index files


  • Records are too easily accessible, which poses a security risk
  • If a disaster strikes your business (fire, earthquake, flood), vital records can be lost by having all your records in one place.
  • Most expensive option for storing information because of the high cost of office space
  • Exposes your vendors and employees to increased risk of misuse of sensitive information
  • Exposes clients to having sensitive information fall into the wrong hands
  • Exposes company to disgruntled employees accessing sensitive information
  • Without proper indexing, records become increasingly difficult to find

Did you know?

Storing your records with an off-site Record Storage center like Corodata can save as much as 80% of the cost of storing inactive files at your office. Click here for the pros and cons of Record Storage centers.

To discuss your Record Storage needs, please call Corodata today at 888-238-8088 or contact Corodata by online form to begin a conversation.”

Taking Control of Inactive Records with Corodata

Properly labeling and tracking inactive files, and moving them safely offsite, can save your company space, time and money; remove the threat of losing documents; providing easy retrieval of files when needed, and set your reputation as a secure company.

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