The Access Nebraska Difference.
Access provides high quality document destruction services and document scanning services throughout Nebraska. With records and information management solutions ranging from document shredding and records and media storage to document imaging and electronic content management (ECM), you can find whatever solution you’re looking for at Access Nebraska. To really get an understanding of the true “Access Difference,” you have to look into how we value the people who affect out operations day-to-day. The customers, Team Members and communities that make up Access Nebraska are our biggest priority. Through local shred-events for the community, taking part in volunteer and donation opportunities, and our “Tagged” program that recognizes Team Members for a job well done, you can see that we place people above all else. Call our toll-free number today to find out even more about what you can do with Access NE.
Nebraska Document Destruction Services
Making NE Our Home
We entered the state in late 2012, through the acquisition of a Nebraska document destruction services company, Retrievex, which was located in Omaha. With several years of records management service to Nebraska now under our belt, we’re fully immersed in the unique and warm culture of the area and couldn’t be more proud to call NE home.
Quality Service All Over Nebraska
With two branches in Omaha, we’re well equipped to provide document destruction and document scanning services to a large portion of the Nebraska market. Give us a call today to see if we service your area.
Nebraska Document Scanning Services
Trust Us with Your Nebraska Records Management Needs
By choosing Access, you are putting your sensitive documents in the hands of NAID AAA Certified facilities that are also certified RIM providers to the US federal government (as GSA Schedule 36 contractors for SINs 504 and 507). Our records management facilities provide paper shredding, scanning and storage solutions for businesses and individuals across industries, including those in finance, legal and education, to name a few.
The state-of-the-art vaults we provide for your paper/printed media as well as non-paper media, such as tapes and hard drives, are outfitted with shelving systems specific to the industry and have climate control capabilities, 24/7 video surveillance and fire code ratings exceeding standards. All of this is to assure security for your sensitive materials.
Nebraska Year-End Review
At Access Nebraska, we think the best way to prepare for the future is to learn from the past. So, we work hard to stay up-to-date on security and data breaches affecting the area. We also aim to keep our clients informed as well; that’s why we’ve pulled together the biggest stories of the year for you to peruse:
- On April 13, 2016, Nebraska governor, Pete Ricketts, amended the breach notification statute. Read more about NE’s new amendment.
- A large data breach at an unidentified national business causes the First National Bank of Omaha to issue new debit cards to customers in Nebraska. Read more about the bank’s warning to customers.
- A Nebraska medical center’s employees’ and job applicants’ private information was exposed online. Read more about this breach.