The Bottom Line: Protecting your digital records is more important than ever. Hire a AAA NAID certified company to shred and recycle ALL your electronic devices now!
Your electronic devices now contain more and more confidential information as our world becomes more digital; that’s why it is essential to properly dispose of decommissioned electronics. Computers, laptops, and hand held devices are a vital part of doing business. While they increase efficiency in your operations, technology is continually moving forward, leading to a […]read more
Do you find that your business is wasting valuable time, money and resources digging through files and boxes to locate past records? Are you paying employees to do the searching for you? It can feel overwhelming looking at boxes and boxes of files. There is a simple solution that will allow you to get back […]read more
Self-storage facilities have gained popularity in recent years, and seem to be popping up all over… But is self-storage really a good option when it comes to business documents? The simple answer is NO. Trust the professionals. There are 3 main reasons that self-storage units are NOT the solution when it comes to business documents and […]read more
Tax season is the busiest time of year for accountants and CPA firms. Not surprisingly, they tend to generate more documents and sensitive information during this time period. Although for many clients, their main priority is receiving the highest tax refund, it is equally important to make sure their confidential tax documentation is being managed and disposed […]read more
How many customers does your company currently have in your database? Think about that number….is it thousands? Tens of thousands? Hundreds of thousands? Now take that number and multiply it by $158. That is the current cost incurred from each lost or stolen record containing sensitive or confidential information. For most small-to-mid size businesses, that […]read more
Security. Identity Theft. Data breach. Fraud. What do all these buzzwords have in common? They come up during discussions of ever increasing privacy concerns, and collectively, they cost the US economy billions of dollars each year. Companies and individuals alike have long understood the importance of destroying sensitive personal and business information. Legislation has been […]read more