Published at Saturday, 24 August 2019. Storage Shelves. By Emory Kuhn.
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.
In the last ten years or so, the modern workplace has seen major changes. Employees are no longer tied down to desks by landlines and desktop computers, instead the workplace has grown to be increasingly mobile, with laptops and mobile phones making it easier to work away from a permanent desk. As a result of the evolution of the office space, there have also been many changes in workplace storage.
Shelves are box units covered from three sides and which usually has no doors, though does come in varieties with doors too. There may be many products such as files, folders, etc. that you would like to keep on those shelves. Accordingly there are different types of storage shelves. Storage systems can be made of wood or steel with locks to ensure security. These storage systems come in different types for storing different types of goods.
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