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If your employees access the document repository via mobile devices, disable automatic login so that the repository is not compromised if the device is lost or stolen. Similarly, be sure to disable electronic document exports so that employees do not store sensitive documents locally.

It’s much safer to store information in a secure, electronic repository than to have paper copies of records kept in filing cabinets or on people’s desks. With paper records, it is impossible to be completely sure that people view only what they’re authorized to see. However, simply digitizing your documents won’t guarantee their security. Here are nine tips from Laserfiche to help ensure that your electronic document repository is 100 percent secure.

 

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