Grace Information Management Blog

Death of the printer

While we haven’t yet reached the stage of a paper-less office, it seems the humble printer is slowly becoming extinct. The Sydney Morning Herald has reported that companies are saving around 30 per cent of their total printing costs simply by reducing the number of printers. “Where once there was a printer on every desk, … Continued
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Grace Removals Blog

Know the law before you go

Thinking of sending your employees overseas to further your business opportunities? Travelling with improper immigration status and conducting activities that are not permitted under business visas can result in fines for both the employer and employee and potentially incarceration and deportation for the employee. It is not uncommon for travelers to make it all the … Continued
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Grace Removals Blog

Move into your very own home

There’s never been a better time to realise your dream of owning your new house. According to the latest RP Data Buy vs Rent Report, lower property prices and interest rate cuts mean it is now cheaper to buy than to rent in many suburbs and towns across the country. The report found that renters … Continued
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Grace Information Management Blog

What is a record?

There are some records that are obvious – dental records, medical records, business contracts – but knowing what constitutes a ‘record’ is not always clear. All information created, sent and received in the course of your job is potentially a record. Records can be in paper, digital or other formats. Examples include emails, faxes, spreadsheets, … Continued
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Grace Information Management Blog

Superstorm puts dampener on paper records

Millions of Americans went into panic mode in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy with news that a bank vault had flooded in Lower Manhattan. It was one of thousands of buildings underwater but what made this one different is that it contained trillions of dollars worth of stock certificates and other paper securities. The Depository … Continued
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