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Head-to-Head Comparison: Onsite vs. Offsite Shredding

If you enjoy a great debate, look no further. The old debate between the benefits of onsite vs. offsite shredding still continues. In this blog, we explain the differences and similarities between the two. Offsite Shredding An offsite shredding service allows your documents to be collected from your business and securely transported to a plant-based…

5 Common Document Destruction Mistakes to Avoid

Some mistakes are harmless, while others have severe consequences. Document disposal is the perfect example: If one of your paper files is tossed in the trash and results in the exposure of confidential information, your business could be fined or sued—or both. To prevent this from happening to you, we’re sharing some of the most…

Your Questions about Data Destruction, Answered

With a rising tide of identity theft and fraud, stockpiling old hard drives and backup tapes is not a secure option. Given the increasing risks, more businesses are realizing the importance of having a data destruction solution. In this blog post, we answer your data destruction questions. Q: Why Shouldn’t I Sell My Old Backup…

Everything You Need to Know about Data Destruction

Everything You Need to Know about Data Destruction When it comes to disposing of outdated electronics and digital devices, it’s not enough to throw them away. An improperly-discarded hard drive or tape can cost your company untold thousands of dollars in breach notification costs and legal fees. Here’s everything you need to know about data…

What to Know about Digital Device Disposal

How many old computers, hard drives and backup tapes do you have gathering dust in a closet or storage room? “Out of sight, out of mind” might seem like a good strategy, but in reality, it’s impractical and risky. Here’s what you should know about digital device disposal: Digital Device Disposal Saves Money Stock piling…

How to Ensure HIPAA-Compliant Document   Destruction

The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) was enacted as a federal law in 1996 to combat insurance fraud and medical identity theft. The act’s Privacy Rule states that healthcare providers and their business associates must implement “appropriate administrative, technical and physical safeguards to protect the privacy of protected health information (PHI).” As a…

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