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What Are Archival Documents?

Whether you’re aware of it or not, all of us are archivers. Anytime you move inactive emails to another folder instead of deleting them, upload photos to the cloud from your phone to declutter, or physically move your 2021 tax return file from your desk to your file cabinet, you are archiving. So, what is…
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What Can and Can’t Go in a Shred Collection Container

Biting the Bullet: A Business Story Our business discards paper records with customer information on a daily basis. We tried shredding them ourselves, but realized that doing that takes far too much valuable time. Our security cameras have also shown people digging through our garbage and recycling at night and that made us a little…
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It’s Time to Brush Up on Records Management Best Practices

Reasons to Brush Up You get rusty. This old idiom describes what happens when you don’t practice what you know. Although much of your records management practices are used regularly, there are some areas that may be less frequently used and would benefit from a refresh. The longer we go without practicing something, the harder…
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How Document Scanning Can Revolutionize Your Business

The Evolution of Things Each new generation laughs at the previous generation’s outdated technology, despite the fact that it was the forerunner that made the new technology possible. One definition of the word “dinosaur” is something that is impractically large, out of date, or obsolete. While the present generation is anxious about keeping up with…
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How to Choose a Local Records Management Company in Augusta, GA

Don’t feel bad if choosing a local records management company in Augusta, Georgia has got you feeling indecisive. Throughout its prodigious history, the great state of Georgia has been known to change its collective mind. Augusta Has a Special Distinction If I were to ask you what Georgia’s state Capital is, hopefully you would instantly…
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Celebrating Earth Day with Document Shredding

Celebrate and Invest Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Presidents’ Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Veterans’ Day, and Thanksgiving Day are all examples of specially-designated days only celebrated by citizens of the USA. Earth Day is a unique, globally-recognized day that was implemented on April 22, 1970, and has continued as an annual event that is…
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If a Thief Doesn’t Get Your Data, These Things Probably Will

Human Error Kevin Mitnick was once named the “most wanted computer criminal in US history” by the US Department of Justice. After spending five years in prison for his overwhelming level of invasion of privacy, he addressed the government saying that the weakest link in the security chain is people, not protective software or security…
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The Best Georgia Shredding Company for Accountants

If you think accountants are only good at counting your money, consider these facts. It was an accountant that put notorious crime boss and murderer, Al Capone, in prison, charged for tax evasion. And in 1928, it was Walter Diemar who invented the less-sticky and more-popular bubblegum, Double Bubble, while working as an accountant at…
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Why the Deceased Still Need Document Shredding

Monsieur Thenardier, one of the villains in Victor Hugo’s musical, Les Misérables, was a career crook. He ruthlessly robbed the bodies of dead soldiers, taking their jewelry and even the gold from their teeth. He was a typical thief who had no respect, ethics, or boundaries. January is Rough During this month with the highest…
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Records Management Tips for 2022

“We’ve always done it that way,” can be one of the most harmful philosophies for any organization. It squelches the opportunity for innovation and growth, and sticking to that philosophy could be a catalyst for disaster. Any time is a great time to make a proactive change, but if you need an incentive to implement…
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