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How to Tell Which Documents to Shred

Somewhere in between “hoarding” and “compulsive decluttering” is the happy medium between keeping or shredding business documents. The proper legal term for the time period you should keep each type…
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Information Security for Small Businesses and Home Offices

Myth 1: Operating a small business rather than a large business makes me less likely to be a target for information theft. Reality: Thieves go after valuable things no matter…
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Document Shredding and the Law

The Existence of Paper Documents The use of paper by the average business increases 22% annually, meaning it doubles every 3 1/3 years. Most of that paper has a limited…
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HIPAA Compliance and Shredding

What Has to be Shredded for HIPAA Compliance? If your organization has access to clients’ protected health information (PHI), you are required to be compliant with that information from the…
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Information Privacy Laws and Document Destruction

Document destruction isn’t just the popular thing to do—it’s the legal thing to do. No matter what type of business you lead, the law requires you to safeguard and dispose…
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The Implications of Holding On to Information Too Long

Do you have old and outdated business records but are afraid to get rid of them? You are not alone. Many businesses and organizations are afraid of getting rid of…
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Records Management Spring Cleaning Tips

“Spring cleaning” is usually associated with mopping floors, dusting furniture, and wiping windows, but it also an ideal time to get your records management program in order. Solid records management…
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Reducing Risk with a Document Destruction Program

Businesses and organizations are good at holding onto documents, but may fall short when disposing of them. Record disposition is just as important as record retention. In this blog, we…
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