Shredding with Carolina Shred

5 Ways to Prevent Identity Theft or a Security Breach for Your Organization

Over 17 million Americans fall victim to identity theft every year. Every day, you hear about some high-profile corporation having security breaches or a scenario that could lead to an identity...

3 Tactics To Protect Confidential Information In The Office

Protecting confidential information in the office is one of the most important functions a business does. If confidential information gets out to the public by any means, the business could be...

5 Examples of Confidential Information in the Office

If confidential business information gets into the wrong hands, a business could fail. Or, it could suffer at the hands of criminals. Keeping business, employee and management information under...

Legal Documents Law Firms Need To Shred

Law firms must keep client documents for a set number of years depending on the type of file. Some documents, such as wills, trusts and other estate planning documents should be kept for at least...

How to Protect Confidential Information in the Office

Most offices have several types of confidential information. You may think that just because you aren’t a large company that employee and customer confidentiality isn’t a major issue. However, no...

3 Reasons Why Your Law Firm Should Make Document Shredding A Priority

Law firms are notorious for accumulating box after box of sensitive case files and other confidential information.  Attorneys are held to high standards when it comes to protecting client...

5 Reasons Why Shredding Sensitive Documents Is Important

Shredding important documents – documents with any personal information, even an address – is one of the most important things you can do whether you are a business or an individual. Most people...

Why is Confidentiality in the Workplace so Important?

Many may wonder, “Why is confidentiality in the workplace so important?” Some information is obvious, such as employee or client social security numbers and financial information. Other...

What Is Document Shredding

Definition: Document Shredding

document shredding defined in under 100 words

Document shredding is the act of destroying paper documents by inserting them into a home, office, commercial, or...

How to Handle Confidential Documents in the Office

One your entire organization learns how to handle confidential documents in the office, your trade secrets, employee information and customer information will be much safer. Part of handling...

1 2 3 4 5
Items 1-10 of 50

Get only articles specific to your business...

Recent Posts

REQUEST A FREE QUOTE