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Meagan Mangold

Meagan Mangold

Meagan Mangold is proud to serve at Territory Manager for Mobile and the Eastern Shore along with Montgomery and the Mississippi coast. Meagan was born and raised in Mobile and enjoys serving her community. She is a supporter of her local United Way by leading and serving on various board and committees throughout the years. She is also involved with her local Chamber of Commerce, MGMA, and Gulf Coast Senior Alliance. Meagan is a new mom and enjoys her 10-month-old daughter, Charlie, along with cooking and traveling.
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Why Recycling Hard Drives Could be a Huge Liability to Your Business

Meagan Mangold

What should you do with business hard drives you’re no longer using? That’s an important question to ask – and answering it incorrectly can lead to significant risks down the line.

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Topics: Data Destruction

Managing E-Waste 4 Tips for Proper Electronics Disposal

Meagan Mangold

As more businesses turn to paperless documents and storage, it’s essential to have a plan for managing e-waste. You need to protect your valuable data, but you also need to figure out how to properly dispose of electronics that you’re no longer using.

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Topics: Data Destruction

Taxes Filed? Know What Documents to Keep and What to Shred

Meagan Mangold

Filing taxes is an annual requirement and one that can occupy a lot of time for both individuals and businesses. Once your taxes are filed, you might want to relax and forget about them. But, you’ll need to consider what to do with the documents related to your taxes.

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Topics: Shredding

4 Wrong Ways to Destroy a Hard Drive Permanently

Meagan Mangold

Destroying a hard drive isn’t as easy as you might think. Even data on a drive that’s been severely damaged can sometimes still be retrieved. That’s a scary thought if your organization needs to destroy data in accordance with HIPAA or FACTA regulations.

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Topics: Data Destruction

What Does NAID AAA Certification Mean for Document Shredding?

Meagan Mangold

Shredding documents is a critical component of compliance with regulations like HIPAA and FACTA. When documents are not properly destroyed, there’s a risk that they might be stolen or reconstructed, thus compromising the privacy and security of your clients.

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Topics: Shredding

What to Expect from Professional Document Management Services

Meagan Mangold

Properly indexing, storing, and destroying documents according to regulations can be a time-consuming task. Many companies struggle to keep up, and yet, the cost of improperly storing and destroying documents can be astronomical.

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Topics: records management

5 Things to Look for When Choosing a Document Imaging Company

Meagan Mangold

Document imaging provides businesses with an affordable and effective way to safeguard their essential documents. It can also be an important part of a small business disaster recovery plan.

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Topics: document imaging

How to Eliminate Costly Errors with Records and Information Management

Meagan Mangold

Records and Information Management, or RIM as we call it, is an essential part of keeping your valuable business records and data secure. It’s not uncommon for companies to make mistakes when managing their records due to carelessness or inexperience.

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Topics: records management

5 Facts About In-House vs Outsourced Document Shredding Services

Meagan Mangold

All businesses create documents to record customer and client interactions and maintain employee records. While it’s important to store those documents for some time, both government regulations and personal preferences may make it necessary to destroy them.

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Topics: Shredding

3 Reasons to Work With a Local Shredding Company

Meagan Mangold

Why partner with a shredding company when you can just buy a shredder yourself? I mean, document destruction is as easy as grabbing some files, putting them through the shredder and calling it day, right? Well, not exactly.

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Topics: Records storage, Data Destruction

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