What Law Offices Should Look for in a Shredding Company

Did You Know? The USA boasts 1.33 million active lawyers, translating to approximately one lawyer for every 250 individuals. In 1869, Arabella Mansfield from Iowa achieved a historic milestone as the first woman in US history to become a lawyer, overcoming the gender discrimination barrier by suing the Iowa State Bar for exam eligibility. Law…

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Digital Ghosts: Was Your Data Really Erased?

In today’s world, “digital ghosting” refers to abruptly ending all digital communication without warning or explanation in friendships, dating relationships, or even after job interviews. While some may find it effective, it is widely considered to be a rude and disrespectful approach. There is another form of digital ghosting concerning information storage – the belief…

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Hard Drive Destruction Best Practices

I walked into the middle of a conversation between some of my staff where Jake made a comment about hoarding and how much space it takes up and Liz wondered how it even gets started. Brian made a comment that it’s hard to believe that anyone would let it get out of hand and pile…

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Media Destruction and Privacy Law Compliance

Media destruction refers to the process of destroying or removing physical or digital media in order to prevent unauthorized access to sensitive or confidential information. In this constantly-changing technological age, this process is essential to ensure the security and privacy of individual and business information. What Media Should Concern Me? Any device that stores digital…

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Signs You Need to Change Shredding Providers

Are you familiar with the Five Man Electrical Band song, Signs? The chorus repeatedly tells the listener, “Signs, signs, everywhere there’s signs.” This could be interpreted as advice or even a warning. Maybe you’ve been using a shredding provider that isn’t living up to your needs but you’re missing the signs that it’s time to…

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