How do you select your file cabinet and what do you have to consider to best match your filing needs? Basically, you can decide between a lateral file or a vertical file system depending on the material you are going to file. Lateral means horizontal filing, while vertical refers to files stored facing the front of the drawer.
Several file storage criteria play a role before you should decide on a filing system. How much space can you allocate to your filing cabinet, for space saving choose a stackable model. Also think about fire resistance and security issues and how quick and easy your storage system will allow you to access your files or media.
Do you require the traditional design of lateral and vertical files for your record paperwork storage?
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Innovations in filing systems have occurred. Mobile hanging file storage carts and carousel storage units allow movement of files where they're needed. They can be "stackable," meaning you file UP instead of out saving additional space. Now carousel files for both binder and media storage are available inside locking cabinets for added security.
When choosing a file cabinet, consider quality not just price of filing systems in your criteria:
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