Business Moving – Moving Confidential, Delicate or Critical Information

You might have heard those horrible news stories about confidential files from an office that are found discarded behind buildings, or left on sidewalks in boxes. It’s easy to imagine that some of these incidents happened while a business was moving location.  In the rush and chaos that can come with moving, sometimes things can get lost, misplaced or left behind.  When it comes to your business or your clients’ confidential information, this kind of incident can be damaging to your reputation and your bottom line in many ways.  Then, how can you ensure that a moving company will protect all of your delicate and important files and records during a move?

The first step you can take when preparing your confidential records for a move is to place them in strong boxes that can be securely sealed. These containers should also be water-resistant to protect their contents against increment weather that can sometimes occur during the business moving process.  You should then label each box with the contents and mark them as “confidential”.  Also put your company’s phone number and new address on each box, just in case any box gets misplaced during the move. Number the boxes as well, and make a list of each one and its contents.  This will help you to ensure that all boxes with confidential paperwork are accounted for at the end of the business moving process.

 

If you haven’t already done so, getting your business ready for moving may be the perfect time to have confidential records scanned and copied on a secure computer drive.  If your company maintains a database for client files, this is also a good time to ensure that clients’ paperwork is scanned into their individual files.  As this can take time, depending on the number of clients, this process should be started well before moving day.  Some companies keep their confidential business documents in safes.  If you do not have a transportable safe, you may want to invest in one.  This is a great way to keep confidential company records protected during your business’ moving process.

 

For the past 3 decades, Noah’s Ark Moving & Storage has been helping companies to ensure the safety of their critical and confidential information during the business moving process. We also provide insurance that will help guarantee your comfort. As a fully licensed moving company, we have the right equipment, workers and credentials to handle even your most delicate and important items.  We can provide you with a consultation that is clear and straightforward.  Our damage ratio is also less than 1%, and this has helped to earn us an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau.   Give us a call at 1-866-247-2758.  Our business is all about moving yours.

 

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Business Moving – Moving Confidential, Delicate or Critical Information

You might have heard those horrible news stories about confidential files from an office that are found discarded behind buildings, or left on sidewalks in boxes. It’s easy to imagine that some of these incidents happened while a business was moving location.  In the rush and chaos that can come with moving, sometimes things can get lost, misplaced or left behind.  When it comes to your business or your clients’ confidential information, this kind of incident can be damaging to your reputation and your bottom line in many ways.  Then, how can you ensure that a moving company will protect all of your delicate and important files and records during a move?

The first step you can take when preparing your confidential records for a move is to place them in strong boxes that can be securely sealed. These containers should also be water-resistant to protect their contents against increment weather that can sometimes occur during the business moving process.  You should then label each box with the contents and mark them as “confidential”.  Also put your company’s phone number and new address on each box, just in case any box gets misplaced during the move. Number the boxes as well, and make a list of each one and its contents.  This will help you to ensure that all boxes with confidential paperwork are accounted for at the end of the business moving process.

 

If you haven’t already done so, getting your business ready for moving may be the perfect time to have confidential records scanned and copied on a secure computer drive.  If your company maintains a database for client files, this is also a good time to ensure that clients’ paperwork is scanned into their individual files.  As this can take time, depending on the number of clients, this process should be started well before moving day.  Some companies keep their confidential business documents in safes.  If you do not have a transportable safe, you may want to invest in one.  This is a great way to keep confidential company records protected during your business’ moving process.

 

For the past 3 decades, Noah’s Ark Moving & Storage has been helping companies to ensure the safety of their critical and confidential information during the business moving process. We also provide insurance that will help guarantee your comfort. As a fully licensed moving company, we have the right equipment, workers and credentials to handle even your most delicate and important items.  We can provide you with a consultation that is clear and straightforward.  Our damage ratio is also less than 1%, and this has helped to earn us an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau.   Give us a call at 1-866-247-2758.  Our business is all about moving yours.

 

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