The ASI Archive
Hurricane Florence Reminds Us to Be Prepared
Scott Bidwell, President/CEO
Can your business weather the storm?
What this tells us is that we can never under-estimate or over-prepare in the face of a natural disaster. First and foremost, you want to ensure your family and employees are safe. Then, turn attention to your company’s disaster preparedness. From “check-in” apps and phone trees to testing daily backups, there are important proactive measures you can take today to protect against a future disaster, whether it be natural or man-made.
Tips to take today to prepare your business for a disaster
Want to check your disaster preparedness? Here are two articles with excellent tips to help protect your business and make it more resilient in the face of a disaster – large and small.
Tech Tip: One-Touch Scanning with ASI Mobile App
If you’re a destruction company using the ASI Mobile app, we invite you to check out a new setting designed to further automate the barcode scanning process.
“One-Touch vs. Barcode Scanning” eliminates the need to click the SCAN button twice when scanning a bin’s barcode. Instead, the first time “SCAN” is selected it immediately launches the device’s camera. Activating the One-Touch feature is easy as well. Simply check it off in the Settings menu and start scanning!
If you’re looking for a secure and comprehensive mobile scanning solution for your Android or iOS-enabled phone, let us show you what ASI Mobile for Destruction Companies and ASI Mobile for Records Centers can do for your records center or destruction company.
ASI Shares Strategies for Tech Success at Shred School
During the September Shred School event held in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, ASI VP of Sales Jim Macmillan presented “Technology – The Promises & The Threats.” Jim discussed the immense opportunities technology offers new and established destruction companies. He also tackled the real risks presented by technology. Attendees learned how they can protect their businesses from cyber-attack, as well as strategies to contain damage if exposed.