For the past 44 years, April 22 has represented an important day for our environment. Earth Day, beginning in 1970, has since become an annual date centered on all aspects of protecting, improving or preserving the Earth. From small efforts like planting a garden or recycling paper to big movements like large-scale education and awareness, Earth Day gives everyone an opportunity to consider ways to do their part. Along with always recycling the paper we shred, Gilmore Services is going a step further again this year and taking on Earth Day, Island Style.
National Association for Information Destruction CEO Bob Johnson calls attention to an unprecedented data breach settlement in his latest blog post. Johnson explains why last month’s historic settlement could mark an important point in time in the secure destruction industry.
Beginning as a family-owned moving company nearly 60 years ago, Gilmore Services has seen how some things change and some things stay the same. Although the company has evolved into a resource for records management, secure document shredding, document scanning and commercial warehousing, the moving division remains.