Data archiving is the sort of paperwork jargon that many employees will be confronted with within the workplace. Archiving is a vital records management process that businesses and their employees should be familiar with. The consequences of not understanding your business archiving processes could pose serious problems in the future.
A given company’s archives may include documents such as legal documents, tax records, titles, deeds, heritage documents, as well as other records. Some organizations or companies may also have photographs, letters, reports given or received, or more.
Archives can also refer to the physical location where archival documents are kept and stored. You have likely come across an archive at your local library, city hall, museum, or other public space. Though archives often refer specifically to historical documents, almost every individual and business has archival documents and should know how to safely store these records, documents, and data.
If your industry is concerned about security, privacy, and completion of any workplace information, then data archiving may be for you!
Industries that Use Archiving Services
Your main concerns and our goals are the security, privacy, and completion of a project in a timely fashion. We guarantee the security of your documents from the time they leave your premises to their arrival at ours. Through the digitizing, storage, or shredding process Western Archives maintains the highest security of your documents. Our knowledgeable and experienced staff are dedicated to providing efficient service, freeing your medical staff from the time-consuming and expensive task of organizing and digitizing your records themselves. Western Archives can also:
- Store any documents that cannot be destroyed
- Securely destroy documents that have come to term
- Provide a Records Management policy that can be implemented at your clinic or office.
You are dedicated to the well-being of your organization and the accessibility of information; we are dedicated to facilitating the changes that will allow you to perform that duty.