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The Dangers of Being Careless About Document Shredding in Medical Offices

Phyllis Smith

Whether you operate a small, single-physician family practice or are an administrator in a large hospital, records management is one of your primary responsibilities. Efficient records management is critical, not only for day-to-day operations but—most critically—for patient confidentiality and compliance with federal mandates like HIPAA.

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Topics: Shredding

Do You Know Where Your Paper Goes After Secure Document Shredding?

Phyllis Smith

When compared to in-house shredding, secure document destruction saves money, increases security and enhances internal workflows.

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Topics: Shredding

3 Ways Paper Shredding Services Can Save You Money This Year

Phyllis Smith

If you’re looking for ways to cut costs and maximize revenue in 2017, partnering with a professional paper shredding service is a great place to start. Professional on-site shredding or off-site shredding eliminates many of the risks and extraneous costs related to in-house shredding practices.

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Topics: Shredding

How Certified Document Destruction Will Change Your Business This Year

Phyllis Smith


As a responsible business owner, you likely already know that certified document destruction offers a cost-effective and convenient solution for ensuring compliance with document disposal regulatory guidelines. It can also
save you money by enhancing security and maximizing your employees’ time.

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Topics: Shredding

Why Outsourcing Document Shredding Beats an In-House Job Every Time

Jim Beran

Handling your shredding needs in the office with a consumer-grade shredder might seem like a cost-effective and time-efficient way to destroy your company’s confidential documents, but your business might not save as much money and time as you think. In-house shredding can waste valuable employee time, increases the potential for mistakes and even poses security risks.

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Topics: Shredding

Why Certified Document Destruction is the Gold Standard of Compliance

Jacob Gilmore

When it comes to records management, compliance is a critical element of success. Generally, compliance has to do with adhering to regulations set forth by a certain industry or governing body such as maintaining confidentiality, updating documents on a schedule, and destroying documents when the time is right.

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Topics: Shredding

3 Records Management Gaps That Could Harm Your Business

Jim Beran

Keeping business operations streamlined and running smoothly is a key goal for many business owners. After all, as your business grows, so too do clients, responsibilities, and business documents.

Business documents may include the paper documents you house on-site, or the electronic records you keep for each new customer. Managing records is a necessary aspect of many businesses, but keeping them organized and secure over time can present an unforeseen challenge for many business owners and administrative professionals.

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Topics: Records storage, Scanning, Shredding, Data Destruction

5 Things You Didn’t Know About Product Destruction Services

Jim Beran

When you hear the word “destruction,” you may automatically think the worst. After all, you spend your days working to protect your important documents — not destroy them.

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Topics: Shredding

5 Reasons Why the Dumpster is a Small Business Security Enemy

Jim Beran

When you throw something away in a dumpster, chances are that you don’t stop to wonder if that trash could eventually fall into the wrong hands. But whether it’s a banana peel or old business records, just tossing something in the trash isn’t as secure as you think.

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Topics: Shredding

Examining the Top Complications of In-House Document Shredding

Jim Beran

If your company needs to shred a piece of paper for data security purposes, it’s as easy as running it through a personal paper shredder, right? Not necessarily.

While some businesses may be able to get by with a personal paper shredder and a few dedicated employees to shred documents here and there, your business may need something more reliable.

After all, when the amount of paper begins to build, or sensitive information is at stake, shredding in-house can go from convenient to complicated in no time.  

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Topics: Shredding