• Paper Shredding vs. Recycling – Which is Most Secure?

    Paper Shredding vs. Recycling – Which is Most Secure? From Flagstaff Business News: Shredding companies affiliated with the National Association for Information Destruction (NAID) have access to the shredding industry’s best and most current practices regarding document and data destruction. NAID is a non-profit organization whose mission is to educate businesses, government and service providers […]

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  • What Do I Shred?

    What to Shred? A Guide to Document Destruction At Allshred Services, we often get asked “What documents should I keep and what should I shred?”   Well, we’ve made it easy on you by including this fancy little graphic from the FTC.  We’ve also broken everything down for you, here: Save forever Keep documents related […]

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  • Allshred Employee Interview: Steve Hawes

    Recently, we caught up with Steve Hawes, one of Allshred Services’ longest tenured employees.  Steve started off at Allshred as a truck driver nearly 15 years ago, and has since brought his expertise and love for customer service to Allshred’s sales team as an information security consultant. While Steve is based on our Toledo area office, […]

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  • Meet Your Allshred Sales Team

    Allshred Services’ headquarters is located in Maumee, Ohio – just minutes away from Toledo.  While we are based in Maumee, we also have offices in Columbus and Akron, Ohio in addition to our paper shredding facility in Indianapolis, Indiana. In order to better serve you – our customers – we have divided out our entire […]

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  • Allshred Services: An Interview with a Sales Guy

    We are starting a new tradition at Allshred Services – having up-close and candid conversations with our favorite people – ourselves!  Hmm … That sounds a little self-centered, and it’s not actually true.  Our favorite people are you, our customers, however, without a strong team at Allshred Services, we wouldn’t have any of you!  See, […]

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  • IRS Fails to Meet Information Security Requirements

    Washington, D.C. — From Tax-News.com:  According to a 2015 review by the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration, the Internal Revenue Service is not doing enough to protect the confidentiality of taxpayers. The review has turned up a number of deficiencies in the IRS’s Continuous Monitoring Management, Configuration Management and Identity and Access Management practices. […]

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