Published at Thursday, 15 August 2019. Storage Shelves. By Elbert Heinrich.
Well, however small these runs of activity, they all add up. Having less privacy in an open plan office means having to walk to another room for a private phone call, not forgetting those who prefer talking on the phone while walking round. Also, having to travel from either side of the office to filing cabinets to find exactly what you need. As well as walking to the shared bathrooms and the staff kitchen during your breaks, which you wouldn’t have in a private office.
Following the enforcement of new General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) in 2018, there has been a considerable change in the way that organisations and employers store sensitive data, and this is not just constrained to storing digital information. Organisations must put the same care into securing paper files safely and securely. This will mean the implementation of secure, easy to access, space saving storage systems and the end of important information kept in desk drawers or written on post-it notes that are stuck on desks or computer monitors.
Of course, whilst dividing walls may be removed, there is still a need for sufficient and efficient office storage. As a result, we can expect to see an increasing trend for low level shelving and storage systems. Low level mobile shelving systems allow for high density storage, making maximum use of space. Compared to a standard static storage system, mobile storage can offer a 33% increase in filing space.
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