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Cost Benefits of Shredding In Bulk

Overtime, papers begin to pile up around the office or home. It’s important to shred papers because it eliminates the risk of data exposure as well as reducing the clutter around your space. With papers piling up, bulk shredding becomes the ideal option for disposing of your papers. Whether...

How to Handle Shredding When You’re Stuck at Home

During the time being, the majority of people are stuck at home. However, businesses and individuals still require shredding for their documents. Proper destruction is critical to maintaining protection of your information. While the majority of workers are at home, this doesn’t mean the paperwork and confidential files go...
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What Do Scanning Services Do with Old Paper Copies?

If you’re interested in document scanning, you’re probably also interested in security and making sure your records are handled properly. However, records scanning requires someone else to handle your records. This is why you’ve probably wondered: what happens to my records after they’ve been scanned? The answer is simple...
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Defining Witnessed Shredding and Its Value

Just like it sounds, witnessed shredding is when you’re able to personally watch your papers being shredded, helping to provide extra shredding security. Although typically associated with mobile on-site shredding, there are actually multiple services and ways to watch your shredding. There are two main ways to witness your...
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Where Shredding Fits In With Secure School Record Management

Whenever you need to dispose documents, shredding them first is always one of the best ways to protect information. Besides security, though, there are also legal requirements to shred student records according to the education-specific FERPA law. Learn more about what FERPA covers and how shredding can you help...