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What to Do If Your Identity Is Stolen

Here’s a fact that’s hard to swallow: according to the credit reporting agency Equifax, every two seconds, someone in America becomes a victim of identity theft. That means, at some point in time, you’re likely to have your identity stolen. If it does happen to you, follow these steps to minimize the damage to your…

Why, Where & How To Store Your Business Documents

Despite the transition to a digital world, paper-based business processes are still common and necessary. Accepting this fact is the first step to tackling your document inventory head-on and ensuring security, efficiency and compliance in your organization. In this blog, we address why, where and how to store your business documents.  Balancing Risk, Disaster Protection…

Disposing of Medical and Legal Records the Right Way

There’s a right way and a wrong way to dispose of the sensitive records commonly found in medical and legal practices. The wrong way can lead to stiff fines, exorbitant breach notification costs and loss of client trust. If you’re a doctor or an attorney, here we share the right way to dispose of your…

What the HIPAA Final Omnibus Rule Means for Your Business

When the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) was enacted in 1996, health care providers were required to follow privacy and security standards for Protected Health Information (PHI). Since that time, HIPAA rules have expanded to include electronic health care records as well. The latest change to the law, enacted in 2013, is the…

4 Ways Your Business Could Lose Its Data

If you aren’t prepared, data loss does more than catch you off-guard—it puts your entire business at risk. Fortunately, as the adage goes, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” Here are four ways your business could lose its data and how to prevent them from happening: 1. Disaster Fires, floods, earthquakes,…

The Top 10 Benefits of Document Scanning Services

Still on the fence about going paperless? Why wait any longer when your business can reap a host of benefits? The following are the top reasons to scan your documents: 1. More Office Space Using prime office real estate to store business records is costly. Scanning your documents frees up office space so it can…

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