Happy New Year and welcome 2018! We started this new year with our monthly Community Shred Day held on January 6th. Over 120 residents bundled up and brought us over 13,000 pounds of paper to securely shred. All of our shredded paper and cardboard is recycled into products like toilet paper and paper towels. Our
Where there is a will there will always be a way, even for criminals lurking and waiting to steal personally identifiable information (PII) from you or your organization. Medical records can be used to help identity thieves tarnish the names and reputations of good people in the hopes of scoring a few extra dollars, but
It’s easy to make anything sound terrifying if you try hard enough and you use the right facts. For instance, did you know that even drinking too much water is deadly? It seems that everything has a dark side, but when it comes to the dark side of the web, the facts are downright frightening.
By recycling 100% of shredded cardboard and paper, we are able to save nearly 2,500 trees per month. Document shredding and destruction is a normal and vital part of running a successful business. Maintaining compliance includes you’re responsibility of ensuring the proper riddance of all information that could be used in a crime such as
For many businesses, the goal of removing paper from daily operations begins with devoting dozens of payroll hours to scanning document after document, never knowing if you have a clean digital file that you can use later on. Meanwhile that employee’s duties remain unfinished, or get delegated to another staff member. Keep things moving, and
Does your firm have rogue data? You bet it does. Rogue data, also called “dark data” consists of unmanaged data that is stored and used in spreadsheets, email, instant messaging communications, notes or presentations, older versions of relevant documents, client information, previous employee data, or any records, documents, or electronically stored information that is outdated
Information is a strategic asset that requires intense oversight in order to best use it to manage costs, make decisions, and reduce risk in your business. Adopting an information governance program serves the dual purpose of helping you optimize information for growth and development while meeting the standards for compliance with government and corporate regulations.
Technology has brought widespread change to the number of organizational documents, and how they are generated, stored, accessed, and used. In response to these changes, governmental and corporate regulations have expanded to ensure vulnerable information remains protected throughout the document lifecycle, whether it is a hard copy file, or electronically stored. To remain compliant with
Information is one of your organization’s most valuable assets, but those stacks of document cartons and full filing cabinets are occupying space that can be used for profit-generating and growth activities. Integrating proven technology and streamlining how we access and use information frees up valuable payroll hours spent looking through hard copy documents, and avails
Understanding the lifecycle of your records and documents helps you keep information secure and accessible from creation to disposal. Taking control of every aspect of records management gives professionals control over the privacy and integrity of sensitive information. By properly collecting, using, storing and destroying data, businesses are protected from unauthorized access and disclosure, incorrect