When Should Business Records Be Destroyed?

When Should Business Records Be Destroyed?

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By Chris Godinich, President/CEO We often get this question surrounding retention of records, especially from organizations that do not have formal retention policies in place. The basic answer is when they are no longer required (required…

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Hosting Your Next Shred Event in Texas

Hosting Your Next Shred Event in Texas

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Shred Events in Southeast Texas Shred events are a helpful and communal event. They are the perfect way to give your community an opportunity to practice efficient and secure disposal of their sensitive records. Each event is planned…

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Lessons Learned from Tropical Storm Bill (2015)

Lessons Learned from Tropical Storm Bill (2015)

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[caption id="attachment_221" align="alignleft" width="195"] Satellite image of Tropical Storm Bill 2015. (NOAA)[/caption] Tropical Storm Bill made landfall this past Tuesday and Houstonians felt the full gamut of storm emergency hype from…

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The Inventor of The Barcode Dies

The Inventor of The Barcode Dies

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Norman Joseph Woodland, the co-inventor of the bar code that labels nearly every product in stores and has boosted productivity in nearly every sector of commerce worldwide, has died. He was 91. Read More  

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