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5 Benefits of a Paperless Office

 You probably know someone who has digitized their office, and it’s likely they’re more productive and less stressed because of it. You can achieve the same. In this blog, we discuss several benefits of going paperless. 1. Streamlined Access to Information Remember the last time you needed an important file and had to stop what…
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5 Signs Your Office is Ready to Go Paperless

Many businesses have a paper problem but don’t even know it. So how can you tell if paper dependency is holding your company back from its true potential? Here are five signs your office is ready to go paperless: 1. Paper is Everywhere Paper clutter kills productivity. It starts at your desk and spills over…
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Document Shredding 101

Corporate identity theft and fraud has increased over the past several years. As a result, shredding confidential documents has become a necessity. But if you’ve never partnered with a shredding and destruction provider, you may not know what to expect. In this blog, we help you understand the basics of document shredding. On-Site vs. Off-Site…
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5 Ways to Protect Your Business from a Data Breach

Think your business is too small to have a data breach? Think again. According to Verizon’s 2018 Data Breach Report, 58 percent of data breaches recorded in 2017 happened to small and medium-sized businesses. In this blog, we offer five tips for keeping your information secure: 1. Know Where Your Information Is Stored Data breach…
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Document Destruction Best Practices Every Business Should Follow

Whether your organization currently has a document destruction policy or is just starting one, establishing well-defined guidelines is important. Negligent shredding practices can put your staff, clients, and entire organization at risk. In this blog, we offer several best practices for destroying your documents. Adhere to Final Disposition Schedules Not retaining records long enough can…
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