Arkansas Records Blog

Leveling the playing field against data breach loss

Leveling the playing field against data breach losses When it comes to losing information, it’s not a matter of if, it’s matter of when. By and large data loss is not intentional and comes from instances such as lost phones, tablets and laptops; misplaced or improperly disposed of documents. In the information industry, losing information…
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Records indexing priorities

David Reagler on records indexing We get two main questions about records indexing. The first is, “what is records indexing?” The quick answer is: think of indexing as creating a trail or map to make finding your records easier and faster. The next question we hear is customers asking for clarification on how to go…
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Managing records and information in network drives

The up and downsides of managing records and information in network drives Many of the organizations that we work with store their records on network drives. Here’s our take on the up and downsides of storing records in a network drive. First and foremost, all information that your organization receives, creates or uses as part…
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The advantages of scheduled shredding

“Have someone shred that” is the extent of far too many organizational shredding programs. And while any shredding is better than no shredding in today’s litigious, over-regulated business climate, a professional, scheduled shredding program offers a level of protection and accountability that few organizations are equipped or staffed to handle in-house. Think of it as…
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Are you an identity theft candidate?

If you have not asked yourself that question, perhaps you should reconsider since identity theft is a growth industry, the practitioners of which are always on the lookout for new and fertile fields. You included. A simple procedure is to consider the “ifs.” [list style=’square’] The “Ifs” of identity theft If you don’t shred business…
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Information Governance

Information governance: Getting a handle on information growth If you have not yet heard the term “Information Governance,” make a mental sticky note to become more familiar with the term and the issues it addresses. Few will argue the point that new sources of information and methods of disseminating that information are growing exponentially. The…
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Arkansas Business of the year finalist

Arkansas Records Management named finalist in Arkansas Business magazine award program Arkansas Records Management of Hot Springs, Arkansas, was recently named one of four finalists from the entire state in Category I of the 27th annual Arkansas Business magazine Arkansas Business of the Year awards program. Readers of the magazine make the nominations and an…
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David Reagler named Certified Records Manager

David Reagler, our company president, was recently named a Certified Records Manager by the Institute of Certified Records Managers of Albany NY. The institute is an international certifying organization of and for professional records and information managers. The certification process requires a candidate to meet certain educational and records management work experience requirements prior to…
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Cyber crime

Cyber Crime: Unfortunately, a growth industry The September/October issue of Information Management, a publication of the American Association of Records Managers, reported that cyber-crime is adversely impacting economies around the world. The article went on to say that businesses worldwide have been suffered damages between $375 billion and $575 billion dollars. If you watch the…
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Email security: what to ask, what to do

The email security questions you should ask Any time you allow your staff access to your email system, you put your organization at risk. Accidental or intentional misuse or abuse of email by employees can and does create headaches and financial loss for employers. Lost productivity, lawsuits, and portable equipment theft are just some of…
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Arkansas Records Management is a professional service company based in Hot Springs, Arkansas. We serve organizations throughout the state including Little Rock. Our staff eats, sleeps, and breathes files, indexed fields, retention schedules, audit trails, scanning, and shredding.

As records become more and more complex, and the task of properly managing your firm's documents become overwhelming tasks, we have the solutions to solve those issues and free up your staff and resources to do more of what you do best.

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