Use document imaging to improve business continuity

July 9th, 2012 | Posted by Kevin Corley in Information Management

During disaster season, whether threatened by hurricanes, flooding or other emergencies, it is important for a business to keep its data and documents safe. There are many benefits to having a backup solution for digital data, but what about physical documents? An earthquake or flood could pose a bigger danger than many realize.

According to Business 2 Community, having a disaster recovery plan helps a business not only survive a disaster, but improve its security, detect unwanted events like hacking or an infected computer system and enhance overall information management systems as well. This means analyzing the various risks that the company faces, designing an appropriate strategy to deal with any eventuality, implementing that plan and testing and maintaining it over time. However, most common backup and recovery solutions for businesses data deal strictly with digital information, requiring additional steps for document management.

In order to overcome this challenge, a company can invest in a document conversion service to create digital images of any paperwork and other physical data. This allows the company to not only protect its digital information, but backup financial records, contracts and other paperwork as well in a convenient and easily managed way.

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