Georgia Logistics offers expanded records management, document storage, document management, and document destruction services.
The document storage program has been designed to meet the National Archives and Records administration requirements for multi-media and archival records storage. We provide full-records management services in addition to records storage.
This includes the development of retention schedules, regulatory compliance, policy and procedures analysis, active file management, and automated litigation support.
Documents through document storage are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year.
Documents, files, computers tapes, and containers are all tracked by a computerized bar code system.
Document destruction services are also available. For more information, please visit the Document Management Company web site at www.documentmanagementcompany.com
We believe that the more you know about records management, the easier it will be for us to identify and meet your needs. To that end, we have devoted this page of our site to links that will take you to articles written by records management professionals.
"Information Lifecycle" is a brief article that describes each of the five stages in the "life" of a document.
"The Five Basic Laws Of File Management" deals with general rules to keep in mind when purging of files.
"Selecting An Offsite Commercial Record Centers" originally appeared a January 1997 ARMA publication and discusses what to consider when deciding upon a record center.
"Ten Actions to Take to Protect Your Systems" outlines the ten steps that any sized company can use when implementing a disaster recovery plan.
"Outsourcing - The Right Decision?" is an article written for publication by ARMA International in the Information Management Journal. It discusses the pros and cons of using in-house versus commercial records centers.
"Business Records Retention Schedule" is a general retention schedule that may be used as a starting point for establishing a retention schedule for your organization.
"Virtual Documents" appeared in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette in October of 2004. It deals with the retention of electronic documents created in word processing and e-mail programs
"Medical Identify Theft Can Kill You" Seven Steps You Can Take to Protect Yourself By Amy Buttell Crane, Bankrate.com
The “Unshredder” software seen on “The Lone Gunmen” DOES exist!
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