The number of reported U.S. data breach incidents tracked since 2005 recently reached 5,029 incidents, involving more than 675 million estimated records. In 2014 alone, there were 783 data breaches reported.* So, how do you limit the risk of your company?
Fairfield, New Jersey (PRWEB) September 10, 2015
Archive Systems, Inc. a leading provider of Unified Document Management solutions, today announced that Gordon Rapkin, chief executive officer, and Jim Farrell, senior vice president, products, are speaking at the 2015 IHRIM Annual Conference taking place September 16-19, 2015 at the Omni Hotel at CNN Center in Atlanta, Georgia.
"Fishing in Troubled Waters: A Case Study on Automating an HR Document Process and Modernizing 25 Years of Paper Files with American Seafoods and Archive Systems" – Friday, September 18 at 11:00 am EST in Dogwood B.
In this session Gordon Rapkin will co-present with John Hankerson, Vice President of Human Resources, American Seafoods Group. The presentation will cover how American Seafoods, one of the world’s leading vertically integrated seafood companies, employing 800-1200 contract workers each year to catch and process seafood, was able to automate the company’s business processes and create digital access to 25 years of HR documents. Due to the nature of their business, American Seafoods’ employees need to fill out a large number of forms, waivers and contracts annually. As a result, the HR department spends weeks administering paper documents, and has to hire outside help to get it all done. Moreover, HR is required to save these paper documents for seven to 10 years, which results in storage fees. Realizing the amount of time and money being lost, American Seafoods turned to Archive Systems for help with their document management. By implementing Archive Systems’ FIleBRIDGE for HR document management platform, American Seafoods was able to determine what forms they had and how they needed to be managed. The technology enabled HR to convert a time-consuming manual effort into a nearly effortless automated process. In the end American Seafoods went from having a paper-based HR department to nearly paper-free. They have digitized all of their HR documents from the past 25 years, and the information is now securely stored in an easily accessible SaaS document management platform.
"Prevent Data Breaches and PII from Walking Out the Door" – Friday, September 18 at 1:30 pm EST in Dogwood B.
The number of reported U.S. data breach incidents tracked since 2005 recently reached 5,029 incidents, involving more than 675 million estimated records. In 2014 alone, there were 783 data breaches reported.* So, how do you limit the risk of your company becoming part of these statistics? Jim Farrell discusses what you and your organization can do to keep your sensitive data out of the public domain and in the hands of authorized employees. Jim also covers: •How to keep your sensitive data protected •Steps to prevent data theft •The misconceptions of data breaches •What to look for in a data storage provide.
Additionally, Archive Systems is exhibiting in booth #611. To request a meeting, please email nmithrush(at)archivesystems(dot)com or blinnpr(at)gmail(dot)com
About Archive Systems, Inc.
Archive Systems delivers unified document management solutions that provide a bridge between paper and digital records storage and control. Services include cloud solutions for human resources document management as well as many other document-centric business processes, nationwide off-site physical records storage and services. By uniquely managing all stages of the record lifecycle, Archive Systems is changing the way the world manages documents. For more information, please visit http://www.archivesystems.com.