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Demand for records management at an all time high

With more and more businesses realising the benefits of information management and archiving, Grace Records Management has been forced to expand to cater for an influx in new business. In July 2012, GRM Perth opened a new warehouse after its existing premises were bursting at the seams. The state-of-the art warehouse has taken GRM Perth’s … Continued
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Kitchen now a major selling point

With MasterChef: The Professionals and My Kitchen Rules now in full swing you can expect your kitchen to have a major impact when selling your house. Once just serving as a functional room, the kitchen is now becoming the home’s piece de resistance. Anna Anderson, editor of Domain says the old, white upright four-burner is … Continued
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Keeping track of cables

So you’ve got the plasma television, the digital set top box, the surround sound, the dvd player, the blu-ray player and the Wii all sitting rather messily behind the television cabinet like some kind of bird’s nest. Then there’s the computer which is attached to the monitor, the printer, the modem and the external hard … Continued
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Grace launches new app for clubs

Grace Information Management is simplifying the way the club industry in Australia capture membership applications. Instead of getting new members to fill in tedious forms, Grace Information Management has launched the Grace Digital Club Membership Application platform for mobile devices which makes the whole membership process easy and cost effective. The Grace app is iPad … Continued
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The ‘big data’ buzz

Big data was the Information Technology buzz word of 2012 but it doesn’t look like it’s going anywhere soon. The term is about to become more mainstream and many companies could find themselves lagging behind their competitors if they don’t develop a big data strategy. A recently released Gartner report, titled “Predicts 2013: Big Data … Continued
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Julie takes on the boys

During the week, Julie Winton-Monet is the business manager for Grace Records Management in Tasmania. But on weekends, Julie is preparing for one of Australia’s biggest tarmac rallies, the Targa Wrest Point. Julie makes up half of the only all-girl crew competing in this year’s event on February 2 -3. The two day rally is run … Continued
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Launceston best for families

Launceston is the best place to raise children according to a new report by Suncorp Bank. With a low crime rate, less crowded schools and lower than average housing cost, Launceston rated first in the Suncorp Bank Family Friendly Index. The Family Friendly Index ranks 30 Australian cities against 10 criteria including unemployment levels, crime … Continued
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Millions of records feel the heat

With Australia in the midst of one our worst heatwaves in history and bushfires raging across the country, millions of important records could be lost forever. The National Archives of Australia recommends CDs and DVDs be stored at temperatures between 4°C and 20°C with a relative humidity of 20 to 50 per cent. Photos, meanwhile, … Continued
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FAIMISO becomes FAIMPlus

The premier international removals industry association, The Federation of Internationale Demenageurs Internationaux (FIDI), has marked the beginning of the year by making changes to its accreditation standards Fifteen years ago FIDI introduced the FAIM Quality standard, now a well recognised benchmark in our industry. The standard has two levels of attainment – FAIM and the … Continued
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Record management follows strict standards

Record management is not about stuffing paper into boxes. At Grace we not only follow the Australian and international standard for records management, AS ISO 15489, we exceed all the requirements of the qualification. The Standard is more than just a bunch of random numbers; its pure existence acknowledges the importance of preserving records as … Continued
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