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All You Need to Know about Hybrid Records Management

Sometimes, combining two great products or ideas can create something uniquely valuable. Take, for example, the classic commercials from the 70s and 80s where two people collide, one saying, “You got chocolate in my peanut butter,” and the other, “You got peanut butter in my chocolate.” This humorous encounter resulted in the discovery of a…

Is Paper Shredding Really Good for the Environment?

In his dedication to recycling, my friend strives to ensure that every scrap of paper finds its way into the recycling bin rather than the trash. While commendable from a recycling perspective, this habit leaves him vulnerable to potential identity theft. He expressed frustration, explaining that the local waste management company does not collect shredded…

Tax Day and Shredding Go Hand-in-Hand

Quiz Time! Select the crucial element during tax season: Meeting the deadline Minimizing tax payments Safeguarding personal information All the above The correct answer is D, encompassing all listed aspects including the often-overlooked necessity of protecting personal data. Ensuring the security of your private information ranks high among priorities, a feat easily achieved through secure…

Behind the Scenes of a Commercial Records Center

While the appearance of a business’s operations may seem straightforward to the casual observer, a closer look will reveal the intricate web of things required to ensure smooth functioning, efficiency, and safety. Similar to the surprising depth of knowledge needed for flying – where one must not only master piloting but also grasp weather patterns,…

What is a Certificate of Destruction and Why Do I Need One?

In the world of document destruction, the significance of a Certificate of Destruction may not always be crystal clear. Much like the budget-conscious decisions made during college days, where buying textbooks seemed discretionary, navigating through the necessity of this certificate can be a challenge. This article aims to shed light on what a Certificate of…

Are You up to Date on Compliance?

Ada Louise Huxtable, an esteemed American architecture writer and Pulitzer Prize winner, once remarked, “Nothing was more up to date when it was built, or is more obsolete today, than the railroad station.” Those iconic structures were once masterpieces; grand buildings in cities that garnered attention, while the smaller town depots served as bustling hubs…

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