REMINDER: It’s Time to Review Your Retention Policy!

It’s the start of a new year, and for many businesses that includes a lot of house-keeping and planning. As a part of that process, be sure to review and update your records retention policy. If you’re starting from scratch with a new plan, we have some great resources on  Information Management Basics, Developing a Records Management. . . [Full Article]

Information Security Threats Likely Happening in Your Office

Managing information security is an on-going process that requires education and understanding from each member of your organization, from upper management all the way down to your part-time employees, and even interns.   From managing personal records via the computer to maintaining paper files, understanding the risks and working every day to prevent accidental breaches. . . [Full Article]

Don’t Be Haunted by a Lack of Information Security

In today’s business environment it’s easy to forget the importance of information security for your hard-copy records. There are many systems and processes you can put into place to protect digital information; but loss, theft and misuse of paper records still remains one of the top causes of information security breaches. So, in the spirit. . . [Full Article]

Take a Look Inside the NAID AAA Certification Process

As most of our customers know, we are proud to be a NAID AAA certified operation for on-site and mobile document destruction, as well as hard-drive destruction. But, did you know that our organization works year-round to ensure that we maintain the strict requirements of this certification as we work to improve and streamline our. . . [Full Article]

What is E-Waste?

If you’re using any type of electronic devices, chances are you’re generating e-waste. According to a recent National Geographic article, the average American household generates over 176 pounds of electronic waste every year, and that e-waste accounts for over 70% of the toxic heavy-metal waste found in many of the world’s landfills. But, what IS e-waste, and what. . . [Full Article]