Records management

Reduce cost and risk by outsourcing your records management

Piles of paper in your file cabinets, boxes of files in your back room—isn’t it time you truly managed your records? Learn records management best practices using the resources below.

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Return on Information: The New ROI? | Iron Mountain
Return on Information: The New ROI?

Topics: Records management

Information is the core of almost every essential business process. If you have fast, reliable and safe access to information, you can improve customer service, increase business process efficiency and fuel growth.






Process Improvement and Automation 2016 – a Look at BPM | Iron Mountain
AIIM Industry Watch: Process Improvement and Automation 2016 – A Look at BPM

Topics: Records management

Many organizations recognize the need to improve their business processes and the benefits that result from process automation. Similar to the rise in the dependence upon and criticality of Enterprise Content Management (ECM) systems shown in the 2016 AIIM Industry Watch Report titled “Information Management – State of the Industry 2016”, fifty-five percent of respondents to this survey say Business Process Management (BPM) is significant (38%) or imperative (17%) for their business.





Taking on Retention Schedule Challenges: Can You Answer These Four Questions? | Iron Mountain
Taking on Retention Schedule Challenges: Can You Answer These Four Questions?

Topics: Compliance | Outsourcing Records Management | Retention of records | Records management

What doesn't kill you makes you stronger. If this was true, grappling with the challenges of creating and maintaining up-to-date records retention schedules should have turned your business into the world's largest, most powerful organisation by now.Taking on your records retention challenges doesn't have to be a struggle. Once you create and maintain retention schedules based on relevant regulations, you can reduce the number of records you store, save space and mitigate the risk exposures of data breaches. But first you have to tease out potential stumbling blocks.