Storage – Scanning – Shredding

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Is it really that time again? Yes, Christmas is just around the corner, the German market is back in Birmingham, which is the ultimate declaration of the festive season being upon us. Archive Storage & Records Management may not be on top of every ones Christmas wish list for but for some practice, office & […]

Document Scanning – Law Firms

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Document Scanning for Law Firms CLICK HERE TO VISIT OUR DEDICATED DOCUMENT SCANNING PAGE With L&R’s Document Scanning service, we can help reduce the amount of paper in your practice.  We work firms looking to digitally archive or ‘scan’ their ‘dead files’, providing Law Firms with an expert digital archiving service. We create a complete digital […]

Records Retention Policy

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To shred or not to shred? That is the question. “We only need to keep them for seven years then we can shred them” This may be the case for many people but let’s not forget the destruction of any document is industry specific. Whether you work in the healthcare industry, at a legal firm, or you are an accountant there […]

Risky Business

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Secure Shredding The importance of disposing information securely was once again highlighted last year, when the NHS were fined £200,000 by data regulators. The NHS misplaced sensitive information of over 3,000 patients. Of course this is just one example, worryingly they are all too common. The Data Protection Act 1998 was designed so businesses had […]

Cloud The Future….Or Pie In The Sky?

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It was a special conference in Huntington beach at the 2013 O’Neil Strategic Partner conference. The world’s leading records management Software Company announced the release of ‘O’Neil Cloud’ a ground breaking cloud based software product. The system looks set to revolutionise the way the world manages documents. When I was nine years old (1994) working […]