Document Management

Document Archiving 

Secure Storage and Management

What is Document Archiving and why is it important for me?

Ensure compliance and business continuity

Documents are the heart of your business. That’s why it’s critical to protect and preserve them systematically so that you can find them on demand without breaking a sweat. It’s an essential part of regulatory compliance as well.

While managing files is already a hectic job, all those papers take up valuable office space and make workplaces look clumsy too. The storage room must be well-equipped to keep the files safe from all kinds of threats like fire, water and insects. Setting up a proper records storage infrastructure is costly. Maintaining it further adds up to your operational expenses every month. This is where a reliable records management partner can come to the rescue. A professional records management facility has all the necessary infrastructure, technology, equipment, and skilled team to efficiently store and manage your documents offsite so that you can peacefully focus on your core business.

Why Choose Document Archiving?

We take care of your documents, so you can take care of your business.


We’re fully compliant with local and global standards so you meet your industry compliance requirements effortlessly.

Fully secure

Our world standard records center is a modern fortress, equipped with best-in-class safety and security measures to protect your documents from all sorts of threats.

Online Access

Get complete visibility and always stay in control over your inventory at all times from your desk through our online portal.

Highly Efficient

Never lose track of your valuable documents again. Our technology-driven operation and expert team takes care of everything and makes document retrieval a breeze!

Major Cost Savings

We’ve invested heavily in building a safe zone for your documents, so that you don’t need to. Free up office space, save big on rent and maintenance.

Employee Satisfaction

Provide a clutter-free, healthier workspace for your staff and boost employee productivity.

Trust the records and information management (RIM) experts

We helped hundreds of organizations upgrade their records management processes. Ask for a free consultation today.

What type of documents can I store at DataFort?

Any industry, any document type - we store everything!

The highly regulated BFSI industry generates a huge amount of documents every day that contain confidential information of clients’ identity, financial transactions, etc. It’s immensely important to protect these documents from unauthorized access, theft, loss, corruption, or destruction to ensure quality services, manage risks, comply with regulations, and gain insights.
Some common document types that need long term archiving -


Physical document archiving is the practice of storing and organizing physical (paper) documents in a systematic and secure manner for easy retrieval and long-term preservation.
Physical document archiving is important for legal compliance, historical record-keeping, and data preservation. It ensures that important documents are protected, organized, and readily accessible when needed.
Documents that should be archived physically include legal contracts, financial records, employee records, tax documents, medical records, historical documents, and any other important paperwork that needs to be retained for an extended period.
Use a systematic filing system, such as alphabetical, numerical, or categorical, and maintain an inventory of archived documents. Label each folder or box clearly with details like document type, date, and any relevant identifiers.
Keep documents in a climate-controlled environment to prevent deterioration due to temperature and humidity. Use acid-free, archival-quality storage materials, and protect documents from light exposure and pests.
The retention period varies depending on the type of document and legal requirements. Consult with legal or regulatory authorities and consider creating a document retention policy for your organization.
Yes, many organizations choose to scan and digitize physical documents to make them more accessible. Be sure to follow best practices for digital document storage and backup for added security.
Implement access controls and security measures, such as restricted access to the archive room and a visitor log. Consider installing security cameras and alarms to protect against unauthorized access.
Maintain a well-organized index or catalog of archived documents and keep track of where each document is stored. Retrieve documents as needed and record the details of any documents taken out of the archive.
Dispose of documents in compliance with relevant laws and regulations. Some documents may need to be securely shredded, while others can be safely discarded. Always consult legal and compliance experts for guidance.
Failing to archive documents properly can result in legal and regulatory compliance issues, loss of critical information, increased operational costs, and the risk of damage or loss of important documents.

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