RMS adds a Teaming Prime 8a, SDVOSB and HUBZone certified firm with a DCAA compliant accounting system and a Top Secret facility clearance.

Teaming Prime; Purdy Group LLC teaming with RMS Shredding to meet Your Set-Aside Goals For ease of Federal Contracting purposes, RMS recently teamed with an established federal contracting Prime who is an 8(a), SDVOSB-CVE and HUBzone certified firm with a Top Secret facility clearance
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Great Source of Information About On-site Shredding Vol.19

1. Why Shred? Proper document destruction is a very important component of doing business. Federal and state laws require organizations to properly dispose of their data. Businesses are concerned with keeping trade information private and keeping sensitive information protected. Many
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Great Source of Information About Recurring Shredding Vol.19

1. What Qualifies as Confidential Information? Exposing confidential information is an easy mistake to make especially when you’re not sure of what makes a document ‘confidential’. At home and in the workplace, a first step in reducing the risk of a data breach in security is learning
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Great Source of Information About Hard Drive & Tape Shredding Vol.19

1. Methods for Hard Drive/Disk Destruction Physical alteration of the disk media and disk heads of a hard drive makes it more difficult to recover data from the media. To deny keyboard and simple laboratory data recovery techniques, the disk heads should be prevented from flying over
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The Perfect Amenity For Data Center Tenants

 Loudoun County is the largest concentration of data centers in the world.  10 million square feet in 70 enormous buildings.   70 percent of all web traffic from the world, on a daily basis, passes through a Loudoun County data center.
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Great Source of Information About Hard Drive & Tape Shredding Vol.18

1. The growing importance of Data Destruction in Retail Why data destruction is significant? In  1946, Brooklyn bank owner John Biggins debuted a product that allowed customers who had accounts open at his bank to purchase goods by just using a card, according to This
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