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Thoughts on document scanning, document management, and office automation.

How Mailroom Management Helps NYC Businesses Get Ahead

Corporate mailroom management – with all its envelope opening, paper sorting, and mail distribution – can be taxing but is usually manageable. For the most part, even temporary upticks in mail volume can be deftly handled with a bit of extra effort on the part of your mailroom staff, and while that might cause some grumbling and temporarily low morale, the key word there is temporary.

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How to Streamline the Credentialing Process

Credentialing specialists understand details. From verifying medical staff credentials to ensuring that a service provider, healthcare facility or insurance company complies with federal and state regulations regarding licensure and certification of medical professionals, credentialing specialists have no shortage of data to maintain.

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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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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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Why Protecting Research Data Should Be a Top Priority

For scientists and researchers, lab notebooks are indispensable tools. In the thick of their work, paper lab books are often the most convenient way for them to record ideas, hypotheses, and results from experiments, research, and field work. The problem, though, is that lab books are made from paper. As such, they’re very susceptible to damage, not to mention that if it isn’t backed up in some way, losing the notebook means the information inside is gone for good.

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Top Advice from HR Experts on Staying Compliant

Staying compliant in an HR department is a big job. It means that on top of managing the workplace needs of your employees, you’re also navigating the constantly changing compliance requirements that protect those employees’ sensitive information. We’re here to reassure you that if compliance feels like a huge weight on your shoulders, you’re not alone.

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Avoid Losing Data with Lab Book Scanning

Lab notebooks are staple tools for scientists and researchers. Many people at different research facilities, large companies and institutes of higher learning in and around Boston and Cambridge rely on them when doing experiments, research and field work. But here’s the problem: lab notebooks present many potential nightmare scenarios regarding lost data and misplaced information, virtually all of which become things of the past with the help of lab book scanning.

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How Mailroom Management Helps NYC Businesses Get Ahead

Corporate mailroom management – with all its envelope opening, paper sorting, and mail distribution – can be taxing but is usually manageable. For the most part, even temporary upticks in mail volume can be deftly handled with a bit of extra effort on the part of your mailroom staff, and while that might cause some grumbling and temporarily low morale, the key word there is temporary.

Read more

Credentialing specialists understand details. From verifying medical staff credentials to ensuring that a service provider, healthcare facility or insurance company complies with federal and state regulations regarding licensure and certification of medical professionals, credentialing specialists have no shortage of data to maintain.

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.

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).

For scientists and researchers, lab notebooks are indispensable tools. In the thick of their work, paper lab books are often the most convenient way for them to record ideas, hypotheses, and results from experiments, research, and field work. The problem, though, is that lab books are made from paper. As such, they’re very susceptible to damage, not to mention that if it isn’t backed up in some way, losing the notebook means the information inside is gone for good.

Staying compliant in an HR department is a big job. It means that on top of managing the workplace needs of your employees, you’re also navigating the constantly changing compliance requirements that protect those employees’ sensitive information. We’re here to reassure you that if compliance feels like a huge weight on your shoulders, you’re not alone.

Lab notebooks are staple tools for scientists and researchers. Many people at different research facilities, large companies and institutes of higher learning in and around Boston and Cambridge rely on them when doing experiments, research and field work. But here’s the problem: lab notebooks present many potential nightmare scenarios regarding lost data and misplaced information, virtually all of which become things of the past with the help of lab book scanning.