Safe and Secure at Home

If you are not an employee of an essential business, chances are you are working from home these days to help flatten the curve of COVID-19. While many of us…

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Five Tips for Getting Organized in 2020

One of your New Year’s resolutions was to get your desk or office organized, but it’s now February and you’re still staring at piles of paperwork from before the holidays….

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Sierra Shred FAQs

What can be shredded? All types of office paper items, like statements, reports, spreadsheets, forms, blueprints, brochures, checks, checkbooks, envelopes, folders, small bound items, even credit cards! No x-rays or…

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Comparing Sierra Shred to In-House Shredding

Businesses have a legal responsibility to dispose of confidential information securely. Some businesses do their best to handle document destruction in-house, while others retain Sierra Shred. Which is better for…

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Surprising Facts About Identity Theft

Identity theft is frequently a hot topic on television news and online. Criminals are constantly expanding their reach and skills in efforts to obtain confidential information, while businesses and individuals…

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Employment Records: What You Should Know

Shredding Employment Records A human resources department is privy to a great deal of private and confidential information. It is important to safeguard your employee records and to dispose of…

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Secure Hard Drive Destruction

Do you have an old computer stuck in a corner somewhere? How about at work? Has a stack of old laptops taken up space in the company’s supply closet? Just…

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Top 5 Reasons to Shred

Ready to do some spring cleaning? Whether it’s your clients’ or your own sensitive information, destroying confidential information securely is essential. After reviewing your files, separate the information you no…

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Spring Cleaning? Check Out These Document Retention Guidelines First!

Good records offer legal protection and can potentially prevent damages in a lawsuit, so it’s important records be available and easily accessible when needed. Storing documents longer than necessary, however,…

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