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Informative Report Demonstrates How to Inventory Vital Business Records
Falls Church, Va. — Although it may have seemed that technology would rid organizations of the “paper monster” a few years ago, computers seem to have exacerbated the problem. Now professionals are sending, receiving and storing information electronically and printing copies—a lot of copies. Eventually, all those pieces of paper will begin to clog desk drawers, filing cabinets and empty offices.
“You may be able to live with the mess, but what will happen if you need to get your hands on an important document one day?” asks Business Management Daily’s Senior Web Editor Elizabeth Hall. “Where would you look if the IRS demanded to see your corporate tax return from 2005?”
Fortunately, Business Management Daily is offering its Taming the Paper Monster: Records Management, Compliance and File Security (http://www.businessmanagementdaily.com/
Taming the Paper Monster will teach professionals:
● The 8 steps to effective records management
● The 7 categories of records they must keep more or less forever
● The 3 life-cycle stages of every business record
● Rules of thumb for disposing duplicate, unnecessary and obsolete records
● Best practices for storing records electronically
● 3 guidelines for protecting confidential files
This e-book includes record-keeping requirements of important federal laws. It also provides a record retention guide that identifies hundreds of types of records and documents, and explains how long each one must be retained.
“Without a carefully designed records management program, you could come up empty handed at the worst possible time,” says Hall, “or at the very least be sent searching for a needle in a haystack. This valuable report will help you establish an effective method to inventory your organization’
Get relief from those stacks of records in their dusty boxes — Order Taming the Paper Monster: Records Management, Compliance and File Security at 40% off now. This offer is only available through Wednesday, Oct. 3.
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