Many business owners take the sensible step to have their most important information backed up as electronic files but they decide that they are going to keep the paper files. This is definitely something that you should bear in mind because the company computers could crash in the middle of the day.
You may then need to access all or some of your paper files.
The paper files in your office can be stored by MISL in an extremely simple and effective way. This is not going to be a complicated process at all.
Firstly, you can box up the paper files so that they are all neatly in order. This is going to be important at a later date when the files need to be retrieved.
Then the files are going to be put into a secure storage unit, where they are going to be kept under lock and key, twenty-four hours a day and seven days a week.
The files are also going to be guarded by security personnel who have passed rigorous background checks before they are hired. This means that absolutely nobody is going to be able to break into the storage unit, and they are not going to be able to steal the paper files that have been put there for safekeeping.
You go through a simple process when you need to access the files. All you do is ring up the storage place and they will deliver the files to you as soon as they possibly can.
You may be wondering about why you should keep all of the paper files in the first place. This is going to give you an added degree of security because the computers at work could be targeted maliciously by hackers who are after all of your information.
The paper files are not going to take up any space at all because they will be stored off-site in a very secure location.
There may come a time in the future where you have decided that you no longer need any of your files in paper format. The digital files are going to be backed-up securely. Once this has been done, the paper documents can be completely shredded.
The paper documents in your office can be preserved when they are put into a storage unit. You may want to scan these files in the future, or you may want to get rid of them entirely.