Digital Records Promote Security

Nadine Gale (left) and Sherri Gazdik are co-owners of Cloud Peak Scanning.  The company digitizes business records to cut down on storage space and provide superior security.  (photo by Tracee Davis)
Nadine Gale (left) and Sherri Gazdik are co-owners of Cloud Peak Scanning. The company digitizes business records to cut down on storage space and provide superior security. (photo by Tracee Davis)

A business in Sheridan has started a new enterprise to give businesses an advanced option for data and record storage.

Nadine Gale, co-owner of Cloud Peak Scanning, explains an often overlooked security hazard for businesses.

The list goes on and on. Many industries require records to be retained for years after their relevancy, but when they're just sitting in a store room somewhere, they're vulnerable to burglary or prying eyes. Sherri Gazdik, the other co-owner of Cloud Peak Scanning, has a way to eliminate the problem of security and space at the same time.

After the records are digitized, it's up to a business owner where the data goes. Ideally, it stays in a local data center, but the main point is that it's not taking up space and posing a security risk.

Tomorrow, Sheridan Media News will examine how the scanned documents are securely destroyed.

For more information on Cloud Peak Scanning, call 752-2134.

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