Document Shredding

  • Why You Should Consider a Document Shredding Service when Employees Return to Work after COVID

    COVID-19 has created a strange new reality for many workers.  Some have been furloughed or laid off for weeks, while others have had to adjust to working remotely from home.  As stay-at-home orders slowly begin to lift across the nation, more and more workers will begin to return to offices, and businesses will have to […]

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  • The Many Layers of Protection Document Shredding Provides for Your Business

    Even if you understand the importance of data destruction to protect your North Dakota business and the sensitive, personal data your customers entrust you with, you might not think that you need to outsource document shredding.  Can’t you destroy hard copies in house and save a ton of money? You can certainly purchase a shredder […]

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  • How and Why You Should Develop a Document Retention Schedule for Your Business

    Although many North Dakota businesses now rely on digital data, you may still produce a fair amount of hard copies in the course of operations.  This leaves you with the unenviable task of protecting data on two fronts. While most businesses have rigorous controls and security protocols surrounding protection of digital data – from firewalls […]

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  • One-Time or Scheduled Shredding: Which Option is Best for Your Business?

    Data destruction isn’t something you can avoid these days.  With the dangers of data breach ever present in the minds of responsible South Dakota business owners, the consequences of negligent behavior are too great to risk. That said, you naturally have to justify any time and money spent on such activities, which could give you […]

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  • 5 Reasons Why the Dumpster is a Security Hazard for Small Businesses

    Whether you are fully aware of the ins and outs of consumer privacy laws or not, as a North Dakota small business owner, you certainly know they exist and that they’re intended to protect sensitive consumer data that could lead to identity theft if it falls into the wrong hands.  When your customers provide you […]

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  • Medical Record Destruction is Mandated by HIPAA

    All kinds of businesses are required to maintain patient medical records.  However, these businesses are also required to dispose of those records in keeping with not only consumer privacy laws, but also the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, or HIPAA, which has provision specifically associated with the privacy and protection of medical records and identifiable health […]

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  • The Most Common Complications of In-House Document Shredding

    As a responsible business owner, you’re always looking for ways to save money without compromising quality or productivity.  This could mean comparison shopping for internet and mobile services, buying office supplies in bulk, or booking VIP travelers in business class instead of first class seating, for example. You might also determine that it’s cheaper to […]

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  • Why You Can’t Afford to Be Careless about Document Shredding in a Medical Office

    Healthcare professionals have an incredibly important job.  Helping patients improve and maintain their health, comforting them through illness, and creating a safe and trusted environment to discuss health related issues is no easy feat. Unfortunately, the critical responsibilities assigned to healthcare professionals don’t begin and end with patient interactions, diagnosis, and treatment.  Private practices, hospital […]

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  • The Importance of Mobile Shredding Services for Banks

    Under federal privacy laws, companies operating in the U.S. are required to protect consumer privacy, specifically the confidential information customers provide to businesses.  This could include identifying or contact information, financial or medical data, and more. Certain businesses, however, have even greater obligations because of the types of data collected, and this includes financial institutions.  […]

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