Protecting your Information & the Environment Part 1: Document Destruction

In 2018 Augusta Data Storage collected and shredded over 2 Million pounds of paper from our customers across the CSRA. As a result, we were able to amass significant environmental savings, which you can read about in our annual environmental savings report. Many of you have asked questions like “what happens to all the paper. . . [Full Article]

Augusta Data Storage Attends the 2019 NAID and PRISM Conference

NAID and PRISM held their annual conference in Denver, CO earlier this month. To keep our processes up to date and our employees educated on best practices for information security and Records Information Management, continuing education is vital! Each year we look forward to conferences like the NAID and PRISM International annual conference. Industry conferences. . . [Full Article]

How to Prepare for a Records Purge

Spring is a busy time for our secure destruction business. For many it marks the end of tax season. For others, spring fever kicks in and the “spring cleaning” itch is in full force! Whether you’re a business located in the Augusta metro area or a local resident, having a way to securely destroy your. . . [Full Article]

Augusta Data Storage Releases 2017 Environmental Report

It’s hard to believe that 2018 is already here. 2017 was a pretty big year for our organization, our parent company, Ellefson Transportation Group, celebrated 50 years, and Augusta Data Storage turned 25! In addition, we also saw the completion of our new records storage facility, which will allow us space to store over 100,000. . . [Full Article]

Why an Effective Records Retention Policy is Crucial for Your Business

It is crucial for every business to implement and maintain a proper records retention policy. This policy indicates the retention and destruction timeframe for confidential, private documents you manage in your business. Storing records away for an indefinite period or keeping information that isn’t being used can quickly contribute to stress, clutter, and other unnecessary. . . [Full Article]