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April 2013 TAB OnRecord Newsletter: How to Get the Right Mobile Shelving Solution

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1.  The Mobile Storage Buyer’s Guide

Thinking of mobile shelving?

We’ve helped hundreds of customers in countless industries with mobile solutions, and this experience will help you get the equipment, design and accessories that are right for your organization.

This resource will explain and highlight for you some of the important factors you need to consider when it comes to mobile, and how those factors will impact your buying choices.

You’ll get buyer’s notes on points like:

  • Understanding your current and future storage requirements
  • Assessing your space in design terms (square footage, weight load, etc.)
  • Workflow considerations
  • Security and compliance
  • The basics of mobile shelving
  • Available products and use-cases

You can download it here.

2. Applied RM: Maximizing Space With High-Density Mobile Shelving

1.5 million books.

5 million manuscript pages.

500,000 historic maps.

One major storage issue.

For the prestigious Newberry, an independent research library located in the heart of downtown Chicago, maintaining and growing its world-renowned collection are critical to sustaining the high level of service that its readers have come to expect. Therefore, the storage and accessibility of this growing collection is a top priority. When the library’s 10-floor storage facility was reaching capacity, they needed to create more storage space without building a new facility.

So how did they do it?

Read the full story.

3. Best of the Blog: Improving Electronic Folder Structures

Our most popular blog to date looks at the guidelines for making the most of your electronic folder structures.

Read the full post here.

4. Secure Your Critical Information with TAB-TRAC Ultra Secure

Our TAB-TRAC Ultra Secure storage solution makes it possible to secure your critical information, both overhead and at the front of aisles. Achieve total security for your confidential files!

Learn more.

5. What Your Colleagues Are Downloading

Want to know what your colleagues are reading? Here are some of our popular downloads.

Imaging Guide: How to Plan Your Document Conversion

This guide outlines some of the steps you’ll need to take in order to successfully plan and execute your document conversion. Because the resources and expertise needed for conversion are generally beyond the capacity of most businesses, the information provided here is also intended to give you the knowledge you need to evaluate and select the right records management partner to help you with your conversion.

Get it here.

Tips for Managing Paper and Electronic Records in the Hybrid Environment

Applied as part of a comprehensive records management solution, the techniques and tools discussed here can help your organization thrive in both the paper and electronic worlds, bringing the two together in one value-add for your organization’s business.

Get it here.


April 2013: In This Issue
The Buyer’s Guide to Mobile Shelving Applied RM: How A Library Solved a Major Storage Problem

Best of the Blog: Electronic Folder Structure Guidelines

Protect Your Information with TAB-TRAC Ultra Secure

What Your Colleagues Are Reading

Top Downloads
Imaging Guide: How to Plan Your Document Conversion

White Paper: Tips for Managing Paper and Electronic Records in the Hybrid Environment

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• Shelving

• Mobile Shelving

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