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  • How to Disposition Records Using Your Retention Schedule

    An interesting video produced by utmbHealth

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  • TAB Webinar: Records Retention in the Real World, Part 1

    Need an introduction to the issue of retention schedules? This tool will help you understand where you need to begin to focus your efforts, and get you on the road to creating the retention schedule your organization needs.

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  • Email Records Retention Video (Part 1 of 4)

    Organizations, both big and small, need to ensure that they are not making headlines for the wrong reason: Non-Compliance. Now available online for a limited time only, Messaging Architects presents a compelling four-part Email Compliance Video Series, presented by Technology Attorney, Benjamin D. Wright.

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  • Shredding can be fun!

    See baseball bats, engine blocks, and hard drives shredded into tiny pieces!

    The crew at Access found these videos mesmerizing. But then, we’re in to this kind of thing! See what you think.

     Product/Security Destruction Shredding:

     

     Bowling Balls Shredding:

    Engine Blocks Shredding:

    Shredding Baseball Bats:

     

    Note: Although we can’t shred your old engine blocks in Ocala, FL, we can shred your old files and documents into unrecognizable pulp! Isn’t it time to clean out your inactive files and free up valuable space for more productive use?