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Inside a Professional Shredding Service

Is your business considering ditching its office shredder? Or are you just curious about how a shredding service works? In this blog, we offer an exclusive view of a professional shredding service. Needs Assessment Every business has unique document destruction requirements. A reputable shredding provider offers a comprehensive needs assessment to determine each customer’s compliance…

9 Things to Consider When Choosing a Shredding Company

Small business data breaches are on the rise.  If you want to protect your business information, you need a shredding company you can trust.  When hiring a shredding company, consider the following criteria: 1. Locally Owned National shredding companies may have large footprints, but they aren’t flexible.  You deserve a shredding company nimble enough to…

5 Tips for an Organized Office

As summer winds down, many businesses start planning how to be more efficient during the fall and winter. Cleaning and organizing your office space is a great place to start. In this blog, we offer five tips for keeping your workspace clutter-free and productive: 1. Clean Your Desk Starting a project is the hardest part.…

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.…

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