Defensible Destruction

Define your document destruction strategy

Understanding how and when to properly dispose business records of all types – whether they’re IT assets, paper documents or backup tapes - will help you stay compliant, your information stay secure and your process environmentally friendly. These document destruction resources provide ideas for protecting your business and its vial information.

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The Dangers of In-House Shredding

Topics: Defensible Destruction

Businesses and consumers have increasingly become aware of the need to securely destroy documents that contain confidential information. But the implementation of in-house shredding programs can bring new risks: not only the danger of fire, but even explosions from accumulated dust and shredded paper. Retaining the services of a professional shredding service can not only save you time and money — it can also make your workplace appreciably safer.


Cost-Effective, Legally Defensible Records Management
Records Management Services

Topics: Defensible Destruction

Since 1951, companies have trusted the employees of Iron Mountain to help them develop and implement their records management programs. Our leading source of new business is referral, customer retention is 98 percent, and our first customer is still with us. Today, over 120,000 organizations, including more than 95 percent of the Fortune 1000, partner with Iron Mountain. Whether you need secure and compliant offsite storage, management of active records, vital records protection, or migration from physical to electronic records, our expertise and integrated services can help.