About Brian Courtney

Brian Courtney is a 25 year veteran of the document management and facilities management industry. Brian’s current role is a Business Process Solutions Consultant. Brian works with clients to improve their document and data workflow by utilizing a combination of on-site and off-site managed services. Brian’s clients generally realize improved business processes through automation with best in class capture and process workflow software combined with on-site managed services for core office service functions such as print and mail center operations, document archiving, and receptionist.
31 05, 2019

Is Your Data an Asset or a Liability?

By |May 31st, 2019|Data Security & Compliance Solutions, Insights from VAF Blog|Comments Off on Is Your Data an Asset or a Liability?

We frequently talk with clients about the benefits of better managing data with the latest technology. But even if an organization has embraced technology, there still needs to be a strategy for managing a company’s data. Without a strategy, the data you assume is helpful for your business might be susceptible to cause harm. Consider these points and then ask yourself is your data is an asset or a liability.
1 05, 2019

Five Reasons to Become Paper “Less”

By |May 1st, 2019|Information, Insights from VAF Blog|Comments Off on Five Reasons to Become Paper “Less”

While the workplace will never go completely paperless, it is definitely becoming paper-less. In other words, paper isn’t going away, but there are some real advantages to convert hard copies to digital data. Here are five important reasons for becoming paper-less.
15 02, 2018

Is Your Most Vital Corporate Data “Paper-Locked”?

By |February 15th, 2018|Insights from VAF Blog|Comments Off on Is Your Most Vital Corporate Data “Paper-Locked”?

Identify a department that is paper heavy and start the conversation - Sounds simple right? I think most organizations have a department that is well known for being "paper pushers". These departments are typically hot beds for inefficiency due to the fact that multiple team members must manually process the documents (even in a quasi digital process such as scanning to email for approvals...).
23 06, 2016

Records Management vs. Information Governance – What’s the Difference?

By |June 23rd, 2016|Insights from VAF Blog|0 Comments

With all of the various software solutions surrounding the management of information, it is understandable that most of us struggle keeping it all straight. Dozens, if not hundreds, of companies tout their expertise in areas […]