3 Reasons to Use Document Storage Before Shredding

Privacy and keeping secure documents safe are top priority for any business or organization that keeps records containing names, address, account numbers and other personal information. Some laws and regulations require storing documents for extended amounts of time before destroying and shredding. So why choose a document …Read more

Protect Your Documents for Phishing Scams

A new wave of secure document theft has been hitting both private businesses and government offices. Phishers, or online criminals, seeking out usernames, addresses, and other private info have figured out how to use emails that use actual email addresses to obtain control of online records and …Read more

Promote Safe Disposal With a Paper Drive

A great way to give back to the community and promote the safe disposal of secure documents is to sponsor a community paper drive. As a key player in the community, it helps to create lasting relationships when you sponsor initiatives that serve to benefit your neighbors. …Read more

Keep Your Online Records Safe with Shredding

Most agencies utilize online records and documentation. In fields like healthcare, online records are necessary for providers to qualify for payment from government programs. With the use of these online records, though, comes the added responsibility to keep computer systems safe and free from data breaches and …Read more

Three Mistakes That Could Increase Your Risks of a Fine

It can be a difficult task to stay compliant with all privacy laws and regulations when you are running a company. Your day-to-day management occupies most of your time, and depending on your employees to dispose of secure documents seems like a reasonable expectation. Even with the …Read more

On site Shredding is the Best Option for Your Highly Sensitive Documents.

Depending on what your line of work is, the shredding of documents may have varying levels of sensitivity. Any documents containing personal information such as social security numbers, financial information, and addresses should be considered highly sensitive and require extremely secure disposal processes. Storing documents which need …Read more