What's a Clean Desk Policy?

Those of us in the shredding world love to talk about Clean Desk Policies. Sure, cleaning might not be the most glamorous topic out there but stick with us. These policies are easy to create, easy to implement, and – bonus – they have big results for your business… Read More

Boost Business Security And Productivity With A Clean Desk Policy

A clean desk policy requires all employees to have a clear desk at the end of the day. This means that all documents, post-its, notes, and removable USB drives are safely stored and locked away in your employees’ desks or in a filing cabinet.   You can reduce and prevent… Read More

5 Ways To Prep Your Workplace For Winter

Fall is officially here and winter is right around the corner. But before you start planning your company’s holiday party, it’s crucial that you first take the necessary steps to get your office ready for the colder season. Here are five ways you can prep your workplace for the fall… Read More

Is Your Business Really As Safe As You Think It Is?

Every business wants to think they’re safe from cyber attacks and burglaries. Unfortunately, these crimes are common enough that assuming your business is safe may actually do your company more harm than good. By understanding your company’s risk of theft and identity theft, the more you’ll be able to put… Read More

Don't Sweat The Small Stuff: Common Services Your Small Business Could Be Outsourcing

It may be hard to admit, but sometimes a business owner can’t do everything themselves. This is especially true of smaller businesses where you’re running on a small budget with an even smaller workforce. To help lighten the load, outsourcing services can help save your business a lot of time… Read More

Take Control Of Your Information Security With Your HR Department

Yet, the first interaction a new employee has with most businesses is with the HR department. HR is the department that sets the expectations of company policies. It’s also the organization that hires and trains employees. That said, it’s not a good idea to leave data protection to your IT… Read More

My Business Flooded, What Do I Do With The Water Damaged Documents?

Commercial flooding can happen to the best of us. Unfortunately, broken or leaking pipes can cause a significant amount of damage even in a short period of time. If boxes of business documents and files were destroyed or corrupted by the flooding, you may be wondering just what you’re meant… Read More

Why You Should Get Rid Of Office Clutter And How You Can Do It

Clutter can become a problem in the workplace whether your business is large or small. In fact, the average office worker in the U.S. will use up to 10,000 sheets of paper every year. That number multiplied by the size of your workforce equals a lot of paper and a… Read More

5 Ways To Make Your Workspace Less Claustrophobic

Small spaces can easily feel inefficient, compact, and claustrophobic. When these small spaces also happen to be a work environment, they can increase stress on employees and reduce productivity. It’s for this reason that so many interior designers use color and lighting to make studio apartments and tiny homes look… Read More

Data Security Risks Every Office Is Guilty Of And How To Break The Habit

In 2016, approximately one out of every 16 Americans fell victim to identity theft. One in five of these identity theft data breaches in 2014 was found to involve paper records, according to BarkerHostetler’s 2015 Data Security Incident Response Report. It’s true that confidential data is safer electronically with the… Read More

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