The Bottom Line: Citadel’s COVID-19 Update

Covid-19 has made an impact on each of our lives. All of us at Citadel Information Management are concerned about the health and safety of our staff, clients, business partners, community, friends and family. This is a time of uncertainty for everyone, and we are all navigating it together. As a business, we continue to follow the CDC’s guidelines and health recommendations to prevent the spread of COVID-19 to those we serve, and to continue operating, and provide the business services our clients rely on.

 

Information Management, and Data Destruction have been designated as essential services.  As a provider of these services, Citadel Information Management is committed to continuing to provide these services to our clients.

 

For most companies, information/data is their biggest value. Whether we are talking about storing a customer’s confidential information, information about a company’s products, financial records or any other confidential information – this is all considered data that needs to be securely protected or properly destroyed. A breach on your data might result in cases of identity theft, theft of confidential information and huge financial losses. Therefore, every company should implement information security practices in the workplace to reduce the risk of data loss or a data breach.

 

Together, we are facing challenges as the coronavirus pandemic impacts just about every aspect of our lives. As a reminder, we can help you manage your information needs through document destruction, electronics recycling, secure document storage, imaging, and product destruction.

 

The health and safety of our clients and team members is our first priority. Please contact us at 630 323-1540 or customerservice@citadelim.com for additional information or for more information about our service options.

 

Citadel Information Management wishes good health to all our readers.

 

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