Monthly Archives: June 2020

Cloud Storage to Archive Documents

Cloud Storage for Archiving Documents

Mari Laatre June 30, 2020
Mari Laatre, folderit.com

The concept of cloud storage is as old as DARPANET in the 60’s. Cloud storage means to store your data in a remote location that can be accessed anywhere. Nobody is a stranger to cloud storage in 2020. It is fast becoming a replacement for offline storage. While some free solutions might be sufficient for […]


Central Repository for Business Documents

Central Repository for Business Documents

Mari Laatre June 23, 2020
Mari Laatre, folderit.com

A business document is an umbrella term used to denote any type of information worth archiving at an office. These documents may or may not be voluminous, but they certainly are critical.


keeping files for certain amount of time

Keeping Files for 7 Years – How Long to Keep Business Documents?

Kent June 20, 2020
Kent, folderit.com

As businesses age, so do the trails of documents following them. The longer the trail, the more costly it becomes to store these files. Losing these documents might expose you to legal liabilities.


Online Storage with Sharing for Small Business

Online File Storage and Sharing for Small Business

Kent June 9, 2020
Kent, folderit.com

All businesses, big and small rely on record-keeping. Large companies run custom-built proprietary software operated by numerous technical people. However, small companies have neither the resources nor the manpower to take on such an undertaking. The alternate, however, is not to manage digital storage and sharing through multiple platforms, that risks your data’s integrity and […]


Document Storage Services

Document Storage Services

Mari Laatre June 2, 2020
Mari Laatre, folderit.com

Companies that deal with large volumes of local/offline data can attest to the fact that data management can be a logistics nightmare. Storing your documents on a Network, Portable HDD, USB Thumb drives, R/RW Blu-ray Discs, etc. means you are at risk of theft, physical damage, fire damage, human error, or even random acts of […]