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5 Ways to Ensure a Successful Computer Network Relocation

In the mid-1970s, companies both large and small turned to personal computers (PC) to automate functions and manage databases. Then in the early 1980s, PCs entered the home. And in the four decades since then, personal computers have evolved extensively. However, in the 40+ years since the introduction of PCs into the workplace, two things have remained consistent: personal computers play an integral role in business operations, and they are here to stay. What would happen if the computers at your business went down for an hour? Even worse, what if the computers were inaccessible for a full day? More […]

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How to Evaluate Office Movers the Right Way

Residential and commercial moving present different challenges. Residential moving involves the packing, loading, and moving of household goods for families and individuals. Office moving involves disassembly, moving, and installation of cubicles. It involves disconnecting, moving, and reconnecting PCs and other computer equipment. It involves archiving of wanted documents and shredding of unwanted ones. Another key difference between the two types of moves is the need for specialists. It is possible to move your home on your own, but moving your business requires experts. Both office moving and residential moving place stress on the people relocating. In uncertain economic times, as […]

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From Shredding to Digital Imaging: What to Do with Confidential Data

What does your company do with confidential files and data that are no longer needed?   One of the biggest opportunities for a company to fall victim to security breaches is when confidential data or files are no longer needed.  Unfortunately, many times confidential and personal information are thrown out without being shredded or destroyed properly leaving companies at great risk. Since there are no laws against “dumpster diving” in many states, your business has no claim to privacy once these documents are thrown out. You can purchase a paper shredder, although these machines can only manage so much paper […]

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Three Validations for Accurate Record Keeping

One benefit of storing your records in a records center facility is the security and protection of your files. An additional benefit is being able to have a specific box (or file from a box) delivered when you need it. But how does JK keep track of your boxes so we can deliver them on–time, when you need them? When something is scanned at a records center it creates a validation in the system. This validation lets the records center know the time and date the item was scanned, the person that completed the action, and the location or work […]

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