Hooray for document scanning services! They will allow you to finally clear out all of those clunky old file cabinets. Not only will you have more space, but you’ll also be better prepared for document recovery. Documents you require for daily business operation will be stored on a remote server, safe from local incidents.
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Attorneys maintain sensitive client files, and they must therefore have strong plans for disaster recovery. Documents have always been an important part of practicing law, but in these days of digital overload, attorneys are bombarded with more files than ever before. Most legal documents can’t simply be shredded at the conclusion of a trial, because lawyers could be sued for destroying relevant evidence if the case is challenged. This is especially true following the Enron scandal; federal discovery rules are now more complex and stringent than ever. In such an environment, it’s crucial to have a way to backup legally crucial files through document scanning services.
The Atlantic hurricane season runs from June 1 to Nov. 30 each year. This is when oceanic conditions are right for hurricane creation. Back in April, we reviewed scientists’ predictions that 2012 would be a calm year for hurricanes. As it turns out, 2012 was one of the most active years for hurricanes on record.
“There’s an app for that!” It’s a phrase the modern American consumer hears countless times a week. Indeed, it is amazing just how much they we can do with our pocket-sized digital wonder-gadgets. Yet some tasks cannot be trusted to smartphone apps. As providers of document recovery services, we’d like to explain why you shouldn’t trust your smartphone app to provide backups of your company’s most important documents.
Remember the scene at the end of Raiders of the Lost Ark when the priceless artifact Indiana Jones has been fighting to preserve is wheeled into storage in a yawning warehouse? Schools and universities often have similar storage areas for their “treasures” – i.e., their academic records. Raiders of the Lost Ark ends with the implication that the ark will probably never see the light of day again, but the opposite is true for school records. Schools must be able to provide students’ records on request at any time, even decades after a diploma has been granted.