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Records Management Center helps businesses and organizations throughout Maine & New Hampshire reduce the cost and risk associated with records and data protection and secure file storage. We serve and uniquely understand customers representing various industries, including, but not limited to, healthcare, medical records storage, banking, legal, architectural and engineering, retail, municipalities, energy, and local, … Read More
Fully integrate your on-site and off-site records retention programs using ClientWeb, a secure online file management system provided by Records Management Center. ClientWeb, provided by Records Management Center, is an integrated web-based software platform that allows you to manage your entire catalog of information, including digitally scanned documents, off-site paper records, backup tape rotations, and … Read More
Records Management Center offers professional racking and shelving installation for businesses looking in a reduction in overhead costs, procedural requirements and confidence in security. We have installed millions of cubic feet of racking, both in-house and for our clients. We are experienced in file, document, and media storage. We understand efficient workflow design. We know your … Read More
Our dedicated courier service is highly qualified in security procedures to ensure your records remain an asset to your company. You can depend upon us for confidential record storage, standard to rush delivery, destruction services, and more. Our professional, highly trained courier service is available and on-call 24/7 to serve your document storage and destruction … Read More
As governments worldwide close non-essential businesses to stem the spread of the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), they are fully aware some services are essential to ensure the communities they serve remain protected. Based on a thorough review of the guidance from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), New York State, California, as well as sources from the United Kingdom, Italy, and South Korea, it is clear that information management, IT asset disposal, and secure data destruction are included in “essential services.”