Paper Tiger Blog

Both selective shredding and a policy of shredding everything have pros and cons. Here’s what you need to know to decide which approach is best for your business.


Business Data Breaches are on the rise. But with these proper security measures in place – including a document management and shredding program – workplace data breaches can be prevented.


Child identity theft is on the rise. Protect your children by following these suggestions based on information from The Federal Trade Commission.


Why your business can’t afford to operate without a commercial paper shredding and document destruction plan.


Learn these 7 types of Identity Theft and how to prevent them.


The importance of safeguarding your personal information and whether shredding at home is the right choice for you.


If you’re dealing with excess clutter and want to whip your home into shape, it’s time to adopt Marie Kondo’s tidying up method. Learn about the KonMari process here and start decluttering your life!


Once you’ve organized your paperwork and identified the documents that need to be destroyed, you have two choices: do the shredding yourself (or task an employee with doing it) or hire a professional shredding service to do it for you. Here are the differences between the two shredding strategies.


What happens to those documents after they’re shredded? Learn why using a professional company like Paper Tiger is beneficial in more ways than one. First, your documents are being disposed of in a manner that keeps your data safe. Second, once the shredding is done, the paper gets recycled. Here’s how it works.


What seems like an effective records management solution at first can end up being disastrous for your business. This is why scanning and shredding are vital parts of a good records management solution.