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Why Encryption is Critical for Your Digital Documents

These days, when it seems like we read about some new hack or data breach every few months (each one bigger than the last), the need for encrypting digital documents is becoming more important than ever.

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How Much Are Your Filing Cabinets Costing You?

What most businesses may not realize is that a sizeable portion of their real estate costs can be attributed to storing paper in file cabinets and boxes.

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How Non-Profits Can Defray Rising Office Rents

Over the past five years, asking rents of office space in Manhattan have risen on average by 7%. If this weren’t hard enough, asking rents on older loft buildings in places like South Midtown – historically shunned by traditional businesses and coveted by non-profits – have risen 29% due to an influx of tech firms who are drawn to these spaces.

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HIPAA Compliant Document Scanning

The HIPAA Privacy Rule requires healthcare providers and organizations, as well as their business associates, to create and follow procedures that ensure the confidentiality and security of protected health information (PHI).

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10 Steps to Document Scanning Happiness

Evaluating the quality of a document scanning company goes beyond the actual scanning process. It involves reviewing the processes they have in place from the moment your documents arrive in their production facility l to final delivery of digital images and data back to you.

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Restaurants: Minimize Chargeback Expenses While Streamlining the Dispute Process

When someone sees a charge from your restaurant on their credit card bill, and decides to dispute it by contacting their credit card provider, that’s known as a chargeback claim. When a customer files a chargeback claim, the burden of proof falls to the restaurant owner, forcing you to produce the actual credit card receipt in question, signed by the customer.

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When You Need to Scan Blueprints & Other Large Documents - Don’t Stress

Blueprints and architectural drawings are critical documents that facilities and maintenance staff need to be able to easily access at all times, and some must by law be kept for a prescribed length of time. To meet these requirements, they must be stored in a way that’s secure, easily accessible, and preferably cost-effective.

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Why Encryption is Critical for Your Digital Documents

These days, when it seems like we read about some new hack or data breach every few months (each one bigger than the last), the need for encrypting digital documents is becoming more important than ever.

Read more

What most businesses may not realize is that a sizeable portion of their real estate costs can be attributed to storing paper in file cabinets and boxes.

Over the past five years, asking rents of office space in Manhattan have risen on average by 7%. If this weren’t hard enough, asking rents on older loft buildings in places like South Midtown – historically shunned by traditional businesses and coveted by non-profits – have risen 29% due to an influx of tech firms who are drawn to these spaces.

The HIPAA Privacy Rule requires healthcare providers and organizations, as well as their business associates, to create and follow procedures that ensure the confidentiality and security of protected health information (PHI).

Evaluating the quality of a document scanning company goes beyond the actual scanning process. It involves reviewing the processes they have in place from the moment your documents arrive in their production facility l to final delivery of digital images and data back to you.

When someone sees a charge from your restaurant on their credit card bill, and decides to dispute it by contacting their credit card provider, that’s known as a chargeback claim. When a customer files a chargeback claim, the burden of proof falls to the restaurant owner, forcing you to produce the actual credit card receipt in question, signed by the customer.

Blueprints and architectural drawings are critical documents that facilities and maintenance staff need to be able to easily access at all times, and some must by law be kept for a prescribed length of time. To meet these requirements, they must be stored in a way that’s secure, easily accessible, and preferably cost-effective.