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Great Source of Information About Recurring Shredding Vol.15

1. Your Important Papers: What, Why, and How Long to Keep Quick Facts… A systematic plan for keeping track of important documents can save you hours of anxious searching for misplaced items. It is important to carefully store valuable papers which would be difficult or time consuming
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Great Source of Information About On-site Shredding Vol.15

1. Certification: What Does it Mean The destruction of confidential and sensitive information is governed by numerous laws and regulations that require the protection of confidential customer information. Therefore, proper and secure disposal of any personal or confidential customer i
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Great Source of Information About Hard Drive & Tape Shredding Vol.15

1. Seven Facts about the Humble Hard Disk Drive As it’s built into our computer it’s invisible to us, so we take the hard disk drives for granted… Out of sight out of mind Here, we look at some interesting facts about the hard drive and their life cycle: The hard disk drives (or HDD)
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Great Source of Information About On-site Shredding Vol.14

1. Should I Use “On Site” Or “Off Site” Shredding Services Deciding weather your base of operation should avail for off-site or on-site shredding, there are a few key points to consider. The difference with off-site shredding than on-site is that material is transported in locked bags
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Great Source of Information About Recurring Shredding Vol.14

1. What Documents Should I Shred and What Should I Keep?   We all get a ton of junk in the mail—whether it’s credit card applications, insurance packets, or a 60-page retirement fund report from a job you had 10 years ago. Thankfully, deciding what to keep is simple, and on
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Great Source of Information About Hard Drive & Tape Shredding Vol.14

1. Responsible Hard-Drive Destruction As we know, a used computer’s hard drive contains old e-mail messages; credit-card, bank-account, and Social-Security numbers; and plenty of other personal information.  Because the information security field is my home turf, some of the talk I he
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