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Archive for the ‘Data Shredding’ Category

Clean Out Your Clutter For Christmas!

Friday, December 9th, 2016

Christmas is coming, and as the holidays approach many of us feel the need to get everything neat and tidy before the New Year. Whilst you are busy cleaning the spare room for holiday guests, it is easy to overlook your work area. If you have a study with piles of paperwork that don’t fit […]

Top 3 Ways to Guarantee Your Business Data Security

Tuesday, September 27th, 2016

Cyber data security software is one aspect that plays an important role in business data security, although, even in organisations that use digital technology for data storage, there is still a need for traditional data storage methods that need to be kept secure. Many healthcare organisations, legal practices and government authorities still have a need […]

Paper Recycling 101

Friday, September 23rd, 2016

In today’s society there is always a need and an obligation for businesses to be as “green” as possible; working to reduce their impact on the environment. There are numerous ways in which organisations can be environmentally responsible, and one of these is with paper recycling. Despite many businesses going digital and paperless, in certain […]

Where to Find Free Shredding Services in Cambridgeshire

Wednesday, September 21st, 2016

Please note, this offer has now expired – but get in touch with Datashredders for a free quote! Datashredders has a new shredder; a brand new Lindner Micromat shredder – the Ferrari of shredders! To celebrate, we thought we’d offer some of our shredding services free of charge to new Cambridgeshire customers who come to […]

Free Shredding this August for New Cambridgeshire Customers!

Monday, August 1st, 2016

Yes, you read that right. To celebrate Datashredders’ acquisition of the Lindner Micromat shredder, we’re offering our shredding services completely free of charge to new Cambridgeshire shredding customers who bring along their old papers, files and magazines to our Wimblington site. Taking advantage of this fantastic offer couldn’t be simpler. All you need to do […]

How Domestic Shredding Customers Can Benefit from Datashredders’ New Lindner Micromat 2000

Thursday, July 7th, 2016

  Most of us have confidential waste that we need to dispose of from time to time. Whether it’s paperwork from an old job, records from a home business or simply personal bank statements or other financial paperwork, it’s likely you’ve got waste that shouldn’t just be thrown in the bin. Rather than spending hours […]

5 Ways Commercial Shredding Customers Will Benefit from Datashredders’ New Linder Micromat 2000

Thursday, June 30th, 2016

Datashredders recently upgraded to a Linder Micromat 2000 shredding machine, the cutting edge (literally!) of shredding technology. It’s great news for us, but it’s also great news for our commercial customers, who will benefit from the added security and efficiency that this new addition brings. If you shred your sensitive commercial waste with us, here’s […]

What Confidential Data Should Schools, Colleges and Universities Be Shredding?

Tuesday, May 17th, 2016

Every academic year schools, colleges and universities generate mountains of paperwork. From student records to meeting minutes, the high turnover of people who pass through the system leaves a major paper trail, and much of that paperwork contains personal information. As well as personal details for admin purposes, this can also mean sensitive information such […]

Datashredders Acquire Brand New Lindner Micromat 2000 Shredding Machine

Tuesday, May 10th, 2016

Datashredders are proud to announce a brand new addition to our arsenal – the Lindner Micromat shredding machine! Replacing our previous AXO FATSO model as the primary shredder at Datashredders HQ in Peterborough, the Micromat’s shredding abilities massively exceed its predecessor’s. Plastic & Paper Shredder – Types of Materials The Micromat is able to easily […]

What Personal Information Can Employers Legally Store?

Thursday, February 25th, 2016

Any employer storing the personal data of employees needs to comply with the Data Protection Act. The Act sets out who is legally allowed to store confidential data, the amount of time for which they are allowed to store it, and exactly which pieces of information they are allowed to store. The act doesn’t suggest […]