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Answers to Your Data Protection Questions

November 17, 2017

questions answers road signIt’s no surprise that there’s a lot to know about data protection. We’re asked questions daily! In order to help you implement a solid data protection plan for your company, we’ll answer your frequently asked questions in this blog.

Q: How often should I back up my data?

A: As often as possible. A regular backup schedule keeps your most important files protected. Combine daily, weekly and monthly backups to protect your data from ongoing threats and to ensure data restoration at any point in time. Implement a routine and stick to it.

Q: What data should I backup?

A: First, identify the files and applications that are most essential for keeping your business running. Next, decide how long you could afford to be without them. Your vital business records may include:

  • Financial and tax records
  • Contracts and Agreements
  • Client and Customer Lists
  • Personnel records

Q: Where should I store my backup data?

 A: It’s important to store your backup media in a facility that protects it from fires, floods, natural disasters and unauthorized access. Look for a climate-controlled data protection facility with fully automated climate control, waterless fire protection, and monitored security systems. In a data protection facility, screened data protection professionals manage your media, ensure wear is evenly distributed on each device, and take old tapes and hard drives out of service before they fail. Your media is available to you at a moment’s notice to support your disaster recovery and data recovery procedures.

Q: I have old backup tapes. How do I safely get rid of them?

A: Data protection doesn’t end with the final disposition of your digital information. Tossing old tapes and hard drives in the trash harms the environment and exposes your company to identity theft and business fraud.

Use a media destruction service to dispose of your data securely and in an environmentally friendly manner. On a set schedule, a mobile hard drive shredding truck will arrive at your business, and background-screened technicians will shred your media on-site. The barcodes and serial numbers of each shredded device will be recorded and you will receive a Certificate of Destruction for your records.

Q: How do I limit data breach threats to my business?

A: Along with proper storage and timely destruction, making regular backups of your data is the best way to limit data breach threats to your business. To assess your company’s risk and compliance with state and federal privacy laws, invest in a breach reporting and readiness service. Data protection experts monitor and audit data breach threats for you, train your staff on privacy protection practices and implement breach notification protocols for your company.

If you have a data protection question we haven’t answered here, give us a call. We love answering them!

DeVries Business Services proudly serves businesses in Spokane, Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho. To learn more about our data protection services, please contact us by phone or complete the form on this page.

Did You Know Your Business Could Be Sued The Day after a Data Breach?

October 19, 2017

Litigation and lawsuit stress concept as a lawyer or attorney metaphor and plaintiff anxiety symbol as a law scale damaging a human icon as an impact due to legal issues of the courts or being sued and investigated as a 3D illustration.No business owner wants a lawsuit filed against their company. Litigation costs alone can bankrupt your organization. Unfortunately, a recent court ruling has made it easier and faster for your company to be sued. Read on to find out the details and, most importantly, how to protect your business.

Background

 Several weeks ago, the fast food chain, Sonic, acknowledged a breach affecting an unknown number of store payment systems. It was yet another incident in a recent stream of high-profile breaches that include Equifax and Yahoo. But what makes this incident different is the fact that the day after Sonic reported the breach, a class action lawsuit was filed against them.

How was this possible? In a landmark ruling, a civil action suit against a healthcare entity that fell victim to a database hack affecting 1.1 million people was allowed to proceed after the judge ruled that the theft of personal information, health care records or other confidential information, created a risk of identity theft, thereby causing harm to the victims. Previously, the suit had been thrown out because the victims had no proof that harm was caused until identity theft actually took place. This latest ruling establishes that harm is caused by the mere risk of identity theft, even if no theft or financial loss ever takes place.

Data Breach Impact on Your Business

We’re living in a new world now, where your business can be sued overnight in the wake of a data breach. Whether your network is hacked, a backup tape goes missing, or confidential paper documents are stolen, your business is immediately at risk. Without a proper prevention strategy, your business could suffer catastrophic losses and even be forced to close permanently.

What to Do

These recent events should serve as a wake-up call for your business. Seek the help of a records and information management provider who can provide a turnkey solution for helping protect sensitive documents and data. Areas to focus on include:

Look for a partner who also offers a data breach readiness and reporting service and can guide you on best practices for ensuring privacy law compliance, information security, and prompt incident response.

It may be impossible to completely prevent all data breaches, but as the old adage says, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.”

DeVries Business Services proudly serves businesses in Spokane, Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho. To learn more about our information management and data privacy services, please call us at 866-433-4691 or complete the form on this page.

10 Things to Know about Records and Information Management Services

September 28, 2017

Things you should know text written over colorful background.Are you considering having your documents and data professionally stored and managed? If so, here are ten things you should know about the very best records and information management (RIM) services. If you’re looking for a RIM provider, look for these important features:

1. RIM Professionals Receive Extensive Training

Trusting someone to handle your information isn’t easy. RIM professionals receive extensive training in HIPAA and HITECH compliance, disaster recovery planning, data breach notification, and much more. They are familiar with state and federal privacy laws and industry best practices that affect the retention and final disposition of documents and data.

2. Individual Files Can Be Barcoded

A RIM service not only barcodes your document storage boxes, they can also barcode your active files. Each file can receive a unique identifier and is scanned and tracked at every point during its retention lifecycle. This gives you the ability to have even individual, active files professionally managed.

3. Records Centers Are Built to Preserve and Protect Documents

Unlike a self-storage facility or warehouse, a state-of-the-art records center is designed exclusively for the protection and preservation of documents. Solidly constructed with concrete floors, walls and ceilings, it’s built to withstand extreme weather and natural disasters. Only background-screened and uniformed records management professionals are allowed access to the records center. Inside the facility, climate-controlled systems ensure temperature and humidity levels are constant. Advanced fire detection and prevention technology eliminates fire hazards, while state-of-the-art security systems prevent unauthorized access.

4. Offsite Storage Is More Cost-Effective Than In-House Storage

Leased office space is expensive. When you combine the cost of using office space to store your records with paying your employees to manage files, profitability takes a hit. Your documents can be stored and professionally managed in a secure records center at a much more affordable rate.

5. Your Documents Can Be Delivered Anytime

Did you know that with a full-service records and information management service, your documents and data are always available, even on weekends and holidays? Emergency courier services ensure seamless access to your information 24/7/365.

6. Not All RIM Companies Are NAID AAA Certified

For a professional shredding company to earn NAID AAA Certification, it must pass unannounced, ongoing audits that assess many aspects of their operation, including:

  • Employee background screening processes
  • Insurance requirements
  • Written security policies and procedures
  • Certified proof of shredding processes

Unfortunately, not all RIM companies that offer shredding services are NAID AAA Certified. Remember this when choosing a records and information management partner.

7. Not Every RIM Company Bales Its Own Paper

 Many RIM companies offering shredding services, then ship their shredded fiber to China and Mexico to get top dollar for it. This practice could put your information at risk. To prevent any chance of your information falling into the wrong hands, partner with a RIM company with its own baling operation. Ask whether your shredded paper will be recycled locally by a trusted partner.

 8. Some RIM Companies Outsource Document Scanning

Like companies who outsource the baling and recycling of shredded paper, a company who outsources the scanning of your confidential and proprietary records puts your business at risk.Have your documents digitized by a RIM provider who does the job themselves, keeping your records inside their facility during the scanning process.

9. Magnetic Media Is Sensitive to Environmental Factors

It’s true: even minor temperature and humidity fluctuations can permanently damage tapes and hard drives. So if your backup media isn’t stored in a data protection facility with fully-automated climate-control systems, you may lose valuable data. A records and information provider with a climate-controlled media vault can protect your valuable data for the long term.

 10. Old Digital Media Should Be Destroyed

Your digital media should be destroyed with the same vigilance you use when storing it. Deleting or reformatting a backup storage device doesn’t completely remove all data from all devices. If you’re serious about protecting your data, invest in a media destruction service.

When choosing a records and information management partner, keep these important factors in mind.

DeVries Business Services proudly serves businesses in Spokane, Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho.

5 Ways Offsite Document Storage Beats Self Storage

September 22, 2017

Gold light lamp bulb font number 5 Five. Sparkling glitter design in style of vegas casino, burlesque cabaret and broadway show decoration. Shining numbers symbols of alphabet set for light boardFinding a convenient, affordable and secure place to store your documents isn’t always easy. And many business owners think self storage is their only–or only affordable—document storage option. If you’re one of them, reading this article may change your mind. Here are five ways offsite storage beats document storage:

1. Convenience

There’s nothing more inconvenient and frustrating than driving to a self storage unit and digging through boxes of files. Fortunately, offsite document storage offers quick and easy access to important business records. A secure online system lets you request documents from your computer for hand-delivery in a few hours or even faster by requesting Scan on Demand.

2. Cost

Why is offsite document storage more cost-effective than self storage? The answer is simple: the fee rate per cubic foot in a record center is less than in a self storage unit. Instead of paying a monthly fee for an entire self storage unit and leaving much of it unused, at a records center you pay only for the amount of storage space your file storage boxes occupy. Plus, you get the added value and security of having your documents professionally managed in a secure, climate-controlled records center.

3. Security

One of the biggest risks to any business is the theft of confidential documents. Offsite documents storage prevents unauthorized access to financial paperwork, personnel files, and other sensitive records. A records center has 24/7 security monitoring. Only screened and background-checked records management professionals can access the building. Visitors are required to show identification and sign a confidentiality agreement to enter the facility.

4. Retention Management

Strong retention management practices are essential to a successful business. Unfortunately, self storage doesn’t offer tools that help you manage your retention inventory. Offsite document storage tracks your records throughout their retention lifecycle, from storage to final disposition. Each carton and/or file is barcoded and tracked, and its retention data is added to a records management database. Specialized software lets you view your inventory and notifies you when it’s scheduled for destruction.

5. Disaster Recovery

A fire, flood or natural disaster can devastate your business. That’s why it’s important to have a secure, offsite storage solution for your documents and files. Unlike a hastily-constructed self storage facility built with corrugated metal, a records center is solidly designed with concrete floors, walls and ceilings. State-of-the-art fire and smoke detection and climate control systems offer additional protection, so if a disaster strikes your office, you still have access to your business information.

When looking for a place to store your business records, save yourself the hassle, expense and risk of self storage. Use offsite document storage to protect your business records.

DeVries Business Services proudly serves businesses in Spokane, Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho. To learn more about our records storage service, please contact us by phone or complete the form on this page.

Inside a Professional Shredding Service

September 1, 2017

behind the scenes text on wooden signIf you’re concerned about protecting your clients and employees from identity theft and business fraud, you may consider investing in a professional shredding service. You may also wonder how outsourced shredding is different from in-house shredding. In this blog, we describe how a professional shredding service works.

How Are My Documents Collected?

When you invest in a professional shredding service, privacy protection begins the moment you discard your documents. Secure collection containers are delivered to your office free of charge. You choose from a variety of styles and sizes to find containers that best fit your office décor and document disposal needs. No matter which size or style you choose, collection containers allow you to securely deposit sensitive and confidential files without first removing staples, sticky notes and paper clips.

Where Are My Document Shredded?

You can choose either on-site or off-site destruction for the shredding of your documents. With onsite mobile destruction, a mobile shredding vehicle comes to your business and destroys your documents on premises. Offsite shredding offers the same unparalleled security with a slight difference. When full, your collection containers are emptied by a screened and uniformed shredding technician and the contents are transported in a GPS-tracked vehicle to a shredding plant for destruction. Both options offer a Certificate of Destruction noting the date and time of shredding.

What Happens After Shredding?

Where your documents end up after shredding depends on your shredding provider. Unfortunately, some shredding companies ship paper fiber to China and Mexico, which increases the risk of your private information being compromised. However, a shredding provider with its own baling operation maintains strict chain of custody during the entire shredding and recycling process. As a result, your shredded documents are recycled regionally and used to make a wide variety of paper products, including newsprint and even apple cartons!

Why Is NAID AAA Certification Important?

National Association of Information Destruction (NAID) AAA Certification offers proof that your shredding provider meets the highest industry standards for the onsite destruction of confidential documents. For a professional shredding company to earn NAID AAA Certification, it must pass unannounced, ongoing audits that assess many aspects of operation, including:

  • Employee screening processes
  • Insurance requirements
  • Written security policies and procedures
  • Certified proof of shredding processes

Using a NAID AAA certified professional shredding company ensures your private information is protected.

If you choose to use a professional shredding service for the destruction of your sensitive business paperwork, you can rest assured that your documents will be safe and secure, you’ll have options for where they are destroyed, the shredded fibers will be recycled regionally, and in compliance with the highest industry standards.

DeVries Business Services proudly serves businesses in Spokane, Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho.

Answers to the Top 5 Document Scanning Questions

August 9, 2017

Document scanning is a hot topic these days. More and more businesses are realizing the benefits of converting paper records to digital images. With all the buzz, people ask us document scanning questions every day. Here are answers to the top five:

Q: What Are the Advantages Outsourcing My Scanning Project?

A: There are two big advantages to outsourcing your scanning project. First, professional document scanning saves you money and time. High-speed scanners and imaging software are very expensive. Outsourcing your scanning project eliminates the need to purchase expensive scanning equipment, train your staff how to use it, and push your core tasks aside to scan documents. The entire imaging and conversion process is handled for you. Second, since professional imaging technicians scan and check your documents, you know your digital documents will be error free.

Q: Which File Format Should I Choose for My Documents?

A: That depends on which formats you use in your business. TIFF (Tagged Image File Format) and PDF (Portable Document Format) are the most widely-used formats for scanned images. Your document scanning provider can convert your paper records to TIFF, PDF or a variety of other file formats for seamless integration with your document management application or enterprise content management (ECM) system.

Q: What Is Optical Character Recognition?

A: Optical Character Recognition, also known as OCR, is software that makes each scanned file searchable. OCR eliminates having to scroll through digital files and manually search for specific information because the system can find individual words within scanned documents. By typing keywords or phrases, you can pinpoint exactly the information you need.

Q: What’s the Difference between Workflow Scanning and Conversion Scanning?

A: Conversion scanning offers a quick approach for digitizing your documents. Whether you have a single file room or a whole office full of documents, the entire batch is converted to digital files. In contrast, workflow scanning offers a more gradual approach for digitizing your paper records. At regularly-scheduled intervals or when your documents are no longer active, paper documents are transferred to a records center for secure storage. Should you need one of these documents, it is converted to a digital image and sent to you. Workflow scanning addresses office-space constraints and lets you spread out your scanning costs.

Q: What Happens to My Original Documents after They’re Scanned?

A: That depends on your business requirements. If you need to keep your original copies, your scanning provider can offer an offsite storage solution. If you want to discard your originals, your scanning provider should offer to destroy them using a NAID AAA Certified destruction process.

If you have more document scanning questions, please give us a call. We love answering questions!

DeVries Business Services proudly serves businesses in Spokane, Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho. To learn more about our scan services, please contact us by phone or complete the form on this page.

3 Tips for Managing Your Digital Information

July 25, 2017

Keeping track of your digital information can be a challenge in today’s complex business world. Storage capacity keeps growing, regulatory requirements continue to expand, and cyber security threats are on the rise. We know your business faces these challenges too, so today we’re sharing our three tips for managing your digital information:

1. Back Up Regularly

Data loss can happen any number of ways, from malicious viruses and unexpected power interruptions, to accidental file deletion, to natural disasters. Having a regular backup schedule keeps your most important files protected. Whether backing up your data to hard drive or tape, we recommend implementing a regular backup schedule and following it rigorously.

Set up a tape rotation schedule including with an offsite media storage solution so you can perform daily, weekly and monthly backups and keep them safe.

2. Maximize the Life of Your Storage Media

One of the few drawbacks of offline backup is that the process of writing and rewriting data onto storage drives and tapes gradually wears down the media until it begins to have data errors or can’t store any new information. The usable life of storage media like tapes is also greatly impacted by a number of environmental factors, including:

• Temperature
• Humidity
• Air quality

Excessive heat, cold, moisture and dryness, as well as dust and dirt particles can all permanently damage or destroy backup storage media.

Fortunately, under the right conditions with careful monitoring, the life of backup tapes and drives can be extended significantly. Look for a climate-controlled data protection facility with fully-automated climate control, waterless fire protection, and monitored security systems. Screened data protection professionals manage your media, ensure wear is evenly distributed on each device, and take old tapes and hard drives out of service before they fail.

3. Destroy Your Data the Right Way

Destroying your data is a critical component of information management—it helps keep your inventory and records management costs manageable, and reduces your risk of privacy and compliance breach by eliminating the possibility those records could be compromised. Unfortunately, many businesses put their data—and the entire organization—at risk during the disposal process.

This risk comes about because deleting or reformatting a backup storage device doesn’t completely remove all data. There are several methods and tools to recover data from “erased” digital media that are readily available to anyone with dishonest intentions.

To protect against information theft, a media destruction service physically destroys your media so it’s completely unreadable. On a set schedule, a mobile hard drive shredding truck arrives at your business and background-screened technician shreds your media on-site. The barcodes and serial numbers of each shredded device are recorded and you are given a Certificate of Destruction for your records.

Use these information management tips to help keep your data secure, accessible and easily recoverable. You’ll be glad you did!

DeVries Business Services proudly serves businesses in Spokane, Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho. To learn more about our data services, please contact us by phone or complete the form on this page.

5 Things to Look For In a Document
Storage Company

May 26, 2017

things to looks for in document storage companyIf you’ve decided to invest in offsite document storage, congratulations! You’ve taken the first step towards true records management. The next step is finding the right document storage provider. Here are five things to look for:

1. Security

Security should always be at the top of your checklist when choosing a document storage solution. Your records and files contain confidential information that, if stolen and misused, could spell trouble for your business.

Look for a records center constructed with solid concrete floors, walls and ceilings. It should be built to withstand extreme weather and natural disasters. Only background-screened and uniformed records management professionals should be allowed inside. The outside and inside of the facility should be continuously monitored with surveillance systems. When visiting the records center, you should be required to sign a confidentiality agreement.

2. Compliance

Besides keeping your records safe, your records storage requirements are driven by an alphabet soup of regulations, including:

  • Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX)
  • The Fair and Accurate Credit Transaction Act (FACTA)
  • Gramm-Leach-Bliley (GLP)
  • The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)

As a result, you want a records storage company who understands the regulatory landscape. Verify whether your provider offers its employees compliance and data breach notification training.

3. Technology

Document storage is more than putting a box of files on a shelf. Having access to the right technology speeds up access to your information and gives you the ability to control the accuracy of your records identification data. As a result, seek out a records storage company that offers you a direct link to their tracking database. This way, you have the ability to see what you have stored offsite, request items, view reports and even edit record information based on your retention requirements.

4. Bundled Services

If you need to store your documents, there’s a good chance that you may also need to digitize and destroy them. A records storage company that offers bundled services saves you money and serves as a single source for all your records management needs. As a result, you get a turnkey solution for your records from cradle to grave.

5. Community Commitment

Why choose an independent, locally-owned records storage company? Because its owners and staff care about your community. These are people who live and work in your town and are invested in creating strong, genuine and long-lasting relationships with their customers. In short, you know and trust the people storing your documents.

Use these five criteria as a road map for choosing the right document storage provider.

DeVries Business Services proudly serves businesses in Spokane, Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho. To learn more about our document storage services, please contact us by phone or complete the form on this page.

Answers to the Top 5 Document Storage Questions

April 25, 2017

Hand up with open palm on blue background. Stop concept.As records management experts, every week we are asked many questions about document storage. Naturally, some questions are asked more than others. Here are answers to five of the most frequently asked document storage questions:

Where is the safest place to store my documents?

Customers who store confidential patient records, financial files and other sensitive documents want to know their information is safe. Records centers are a better option for document storage than warehouses, self-storage facilities and even your own office for several reasons. First, a records center is designed exclusively for the protection and preservation of documents. Solidly constructed with concrete floors, walls and ceilings, it’s built to withstand extreme weather and natural disasters. Second, inside the facility, climate-controlled systems ensure temperature and humidity levels are constant. Advanced fire detection and prevention technology eliminates fire hazards. And third, a records center is continuously monitored 24/7 to prevent unauthorized access. Only screened and uniformed records management professionals are allowed inside.

When I store my documents offsite how quickly can I access them?

Quick access to your documents depends on where you store them. If you have your records stored in a self-storage facility, you need to drive to the facility and search through boxes. If your records are stored in your office in file cabinets, it may be a bit faster to retrieve them—if you can find what you’re looking for. In either scenario, you have to put other tasks on hold while you find a document.

Storing your documents in a records center allows you to pinpoint your documents quickly and with minimal disruption to your day. Secure online access allows you to request files anytime from anywhere. With just a few clicks, you can request delivery of your documents within a few hours or in just a few minutes with a Scan on Demand service.

How are my documents managed in a records center?

It’s one thing to store your records, but managing them effectively is a another thing altogether. When you store your documents in a records center, each file or carton is barcoded. Record management professionals index your files to your meet your compliance, governance and retention needs. Specialized software tracks each inventory item. Records management systems are designed to have a 100% find and retrieval rate so you always know exactly where your information is located and can access it easily.

How cost effective is a records storage service?

Unlike a self-storage facility, where you pay a monthly fee for a storage unit, at a records center you only pay for the amount of storage space you use. And because the rate per cubic foot is less costly than your office space, a record storage service is cheaper than storing your documents in-house too!

Do all of my boxes have to be the same size to store them in a records center?

Just because building plans, legal files and medical records aren’t 8 ½” x 11” in size, that doesn’t mean you can’t store them in a records center. Specialized shelving and storage compartment configurations handle every conceivable shape and size of records—from those that must lay flat, to the ones that are best stored upright. Whether your records are stored in containers that are square, rectangular, triangular or round, you can rest assured they will be protected and managed the same as documents stored in a traditional sized storage box.

Do you have a question that isn’t one of our top five? Give us a call; we love answering questions!

DeVries Business Services proudly serves businesses in Spokane, Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho.

Everything You Need to Know about
Paper Shredding

March 29, 2017

Paper shredding is a broad topic, including everything from privacy protection to document recycling to regulatory compliance. It’s no wonder we receive three or more paper shredding questions each week! To help you understand the topic better, we’ve provided answers to your most frequently asked paper shredding questions.

How are shredded documents recycled?

After your documents are shredded, they are baled and turned into paper pulp to produce a wide variety of business and consumer products. However, not all document shredding providers bale their own paper fiber; some ship it overseas to a third party. To keep your costs low and information safe, choose a shredding partner with a bailing operation.

What does NAID AAA certification mean?

National Association of Information Destruction (NAID) AAA certification is proof that your shredding provider meets the highest industry standards for the onsite destruction of confidential documents. In order to achieve NAID AAA certification, a shredding company must pass unannounced, ongoing audits that assess many aspects of operation, including these:

  • Employee screening processes
  • Insurance requirements
  • Written security policies and procedures
  • Certified proof of shredding processes

Using a NAID AAA certified shredding provider ensures unrivaled privacy protection for your information.

How does onsite mobile shredding work?

Onsite mobile shredding begins with the delivery of secure collection containers to your business, at no charge to you. When your containers are full, a screened and uniformed shredding technician collects the contents and immediately destroys the documents at your business location with a mobile shredding vehicle. You are then given a Certificate of Destruction noting the date and time of destruction.

How is outsourced shredding different from in-house shredding?

Outsourced shredding is more efficient and reliable than in-house shredding. Mobile shredding trucks can destroy hundreds of pounds of documents in minutes. The same amount would take several hours with an office paper shredder. Plus, with outsourced shredding you never have to worry about paper jams and other time-consuming maintenance issues.

Outsourced shredding by a trusted and qualified partner is also more secure than in-house shredding. Where an office shredder might only shred documents into strips, outsourced shredding uses Pierce & Tear and Hammermill technologies to reduce documents to miniscule particles so they are impossible to recognize.

What is drop-off shredding?

Drop-off shredding is a document destruction solution that allows home and small business owners to protect themselves and their personal information from identity theft and fraud. At their convenience, they can drop off confidential documents to an approved drop-off shredding location for secure destruction.

Can non-paper items be shredded?

Yes. In fact, information security experts recommend that businesses destroy any expired digital media that contains sensitive data. Physical destruction of outdated hard drives, back up tapes and mobile devices is the only way to ensure data cannot be compromised.

Is shredding of business information required by law?

Yes. Several well-known federal regulations, including HIPAA, FACTA, SOX, and GLB, require businesses to securely dispose of client, financial and protected health information. Failure to comply with these laws can result in stiff fines and penalties.

Now that you’ve learned all about paper shredding, we hope you have a better understanding of how it’s done and why it’s important. If you have a question we haven’t answered here, please contact us by phone or complete the form on this page.

DeVries Business Services proudly serves businesses in Spokane, Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho.

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