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Document Storage

Our services include digital storage and secure destruction of documents

How do we handle your confidential papers?

The short answer is: as requested by you. Having outsourced your mailroom requirements or document digitising project to us, we can be flexible in terms of how we continue or conclude our handling of your paper documents.

Secure Document Storage Outsourcing

Your documents can be set up as secure online archives, web-accessible by your staff on a user-permissions basis. This means that storage onsite is no longer required unless there are originals that must be kept for other reasons. You can save large amounts of space be switching to digital archives and save a lot of staff time by enabling staff to search within them using text-search functions.

Electronic document storage provide by DCS works the same on an outsourced basis as it would if you were to host the solution yourself. We would the requirements using our award winning FileStore EDM software as the storage portal and Kofax Capture to perform the high-quality scanning necessary.

Secure Destruction

We can arrange for your paper originals to be taken to a compliant destruction specialist (qualified by membership of the British Security Industry Association), who will issue a certificate of destruction for each batch upon completion. We can also arrange for a secure mobile destruction unit to destroy papers at our premises.

Many clients have an existing courier arrangement to which they entrust paper destruction. We are happy for your approved couriers to take your paper from DCS by arrangement - either for return to your premises or for onward journey to your approved destruction centre.

Case Study: Secure scanning project brings quicker file retrieval and floorspace

"FileStore has revolutionised the way we manage files. Our information is now secure"


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