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3 Good Reasons to Ditch Your Paper Shredder

You shred your documents to protect the privacy of your information. But your office paper shredder doesn’t offer a secure, efficient, and reliable method for doing so. Here are three good reasons to ditch your paper shredder in favor of a professional paper shredding service. 1. Paper shredders hamper productivity When you ditch your paper…

The Process & Importance of Destroying Confidential Business Assets

Your business records are assets that deserve to be protected. All too often a priority is placed on safeguarding “live” records; documents that are currently being used. But your expired data is just as susceptible to theft. Because it is set aside and no longer used doesn’t mean that it won’t be stolen and misused.  …

In-House Shredding vs. Professional Document Destruction

Document shredding isn’t an option—it’s a must for ensuring your business information isn’t compromised. You may think your current in-house shredding program is doing the trick, but in this article, we illustrate the differences between in-house shredding and professional document destruction so you can decide which method is best for your business. Productivity and time…

Evaluating and Strengthening Your Document Disposal Practices

Remember the image of the office worker crumpling up a document and launching it into a trashcan as if they were shooting hoops? You would probably go into shock if you saw that happening in your organization. Privacy protection awareness has come a long way in a relatively short period of time given the advent…

Preventing Business Fraud with a Professional Shredding Solution

According to the Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) annual Consumer Sentinel Report, California ranks seventh among states with the most fraud complaints.  In 2013, there were 40,000 cases of identity theft—more than any other state.  Businesses are easy targets for fraud, given the abundance of personal information handled within a single organization combined with poor information…

3 Easily-Preventable Information Disposal Mistakes

You may think that you’re doing everything right in protecting your business data but your information disposal practices may be telling a different story.  Data breaches commonly occur at the final point of disposal due to carelessness and negligence.  Fortunately, you can prevent the exposure of sensitive data by remaining on the lookout for the…

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