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Questions to Ask When Choosing a Shredding Company

Are you fed up with the effort and time it takes to destroy documents with your paper shredder? Are thoughts of a privacy breach keeping you up at night? If so, you’re ready to outsource your document destruction. Here’s a list of questions to ask when vetting potential shredding providers: What shredding options do you…

The Risks of In-House Shredding

Most businesses recognize how important it is to destroy confidential documents, but few realize the risks of shredding documents in house. In this blog, we highlight those risks so you can protect your clients and employees. Fire Hazards Many organizations don’t understand how using paper shredders can create fire hazards. Paper shredders run on electricity,…

Privacy Laws You Need to Know

Today, every business needs to be privacy-centric. It’s much more than an ethical responsibility. State and federal regulations call for discipline when storing, processing, and destroying data. In this blog, we outline several privacy regulations you should know. CCPA The recently passed California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is scheduled to go into effect in 2020.…

6 Steps to Keep Your Identity Safe

California offers a growing economy, stunning scenery, and a diverse population. The Golden State also ranks third in the nation for identity theft-related crimes. What are you doing to protect your personal information? In this blog, we offer several identity theft prevention tips. 1. Monitor Your Credit Card Statement According to the online financial website…

6 Reasons to Outsource Your Shredding

Running a successful business isn’t easy. To make sure your company is profitable, you need to know when to let go of the reins. Here are several reasons to outsource your next shredding project: 1. Privacy Protection You must protect the privacy of your employees, customers, and vendors. Forgetting to shred documents jeopardizes their personal…

Are You Shredding These Documents?

You’re feeling good about your document retention policy, but do you have a document destruction plan? Keeping paper records too long exposes your company to identity theft and fraud. Here are several categories of documents you should be shredding: Tax Records and Financial Documents With the April 15th tax deadline on the horizon, many companies…

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