For the 6th year in a row, Citadel Information Management hosted our annual shredding event, SHRED4RESCUES. Well, when we woke up on Saturday, it was raining “cats & dogs” yet despite a little rain, we worked together and were able to securely destroy and recycle over 21,000 pounds of documents, and raise over $5,000 for the […]read more
Every major company was once a small business. Consider the garage days for the founders of Microsoft and Apple. “You need a lot of passion for what you’re doing because it’s so hard,” Steve Jobs once said. “Without passion, any rational person would give up.” (Quote link) Some interesting facts about U.S. Small Businesses: There are […]read more
Compliance is a term that gets thrown around a lot, but what does it really mean? As a business owner, you need to know and understand the rules and regulations of running a business in your particular industry. Compliance refers to all of the federal, state, and local rules and regulations required to keep your business in good […]read more
Have you ever wondered what happens to old employee uniforms, company badges, excess promotional products, prototypes, and other items that bear company logos and/or personal information? If items like these aren’t disposed of properly, your company’s security can be at risk. Simply discarding your products is often not enough. Discarding your products in the regular […]read more
Oftentimes businesses and their employees think that if they simply delete their confidential electronic files, reformat or restore their devices to original settings, or recycle them, that no one will have access to them. It’s even seen on TV and in the movies where people will use a strong magnet to clear devices. But does […]read more
The Bottom Line: Your business’s record storage should be efficient, cost-effective, compliant, and secure!
When looking at your business’s current records management procedures, there are 3 main questions to ask…Many small-to-mid size businesses feel that record storage is an area of their business that they can manage on their own. The total costs involved with doing this are often overlooked. Using your own employees and your own storage space […]read more