• How Much Can Going Paperless Save Your School District?

    Saving time and money that can be used to improve students' school experience has never been easier. Switching from paper to an electronic, paperless, K-12 record management is on the rise and for good reason.

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  • Retention 101: 5 Tips for K-12 Record Management Compliance

    It is virtually impossible to meet K-12 record management compliance of paper-based student records. With an electronic record management system, you can set access controls to restrict who can view, read, change, or act upon confidential student records while meeting retention requirements of every document in storage.


    The following 5 tips will help you store, backup, protect, and maintain privacy requirements of student records while also improving the efficiency of your facility:

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  • Storing Paper Records Actually Costs You Money

    Think your paper-based K-12 records management system is free? Think again! The cost of paper records far outweighs the costs associated with digital records. Let’s take a look at how much more you’re really paying for those paper records in comparison to using an electronic K-12 records management solution.


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  • Security 101 with YellowFolder

    At YellowFolder, security is our highest priority. We have invested in staffed,

    end-to-end, 24x7 threat monitoring to protect our IT assets and web application. Knowing this level of cyber security is in-place grants our clients the confidence their critical data is safe with YellowFolder. 

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  • Addressing the Massive Records Storage Problem at Your School

    Don’t worry, you’re not alone.  It’s really an epidemic at this point.  Paper storage is an increasingly annoying, expensive, and inefficient way that many schools are still relying on when it comes to records management relating to current and former students. Having a poor records management process or system can lead to serious violations of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act or the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act. These violations would almost certainly lead to a negative blemish on a district’s reputation that is sometimes impossible to recover from.

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