Our Specialized Shredding Services
Your Industry, Our Expertise
PROSHRED® in Albany destroys documents for a variety of industries including Medical, Financial, Legal, and more.
Albany Scheduled Document Shredding Solutions
With our ongoing scheduled mobile document shredding option, we work with you in order to create a security program that ensures your sensitive documents are serviced on an ongoing basis. However, we will not obligate our clients to contracts. Rather, we provide a reliable service customized to exceed the level of security and accountability needed for the job. Should you manage just a single employee or thousands of employees, we will customize a strategy for document shredding service on a day-to-day, weekly or monthly basis that best suits your particular needs. When your program has been put in place, our employees and software systems work to provide consistent and timely service with every shred job.
Purge Shredding Services in Albany
Outdated records take up consider valuable office space resulting in an increased chance of a break of confidentiality. Consequently, this situation could compromise your compliance with current privacy legislation. With one of the most advanced, high-quality shredding equipment aboard our shredding trucks, our team can successfully and efficiently destroy your critical documents right on your premises. Typically the number of file boxes will increase closer to tax and accounting cycles each year, but it is also critical to understand when legally obligated to destroy confidential information.
Hard Drive Destruction Services in Albany
In addition to shredding documents and electronic material, PROSHRED® Albany offers hard drive destruction solutions for secure end-of-life-cycle computers. PROSHRED® has a specialized system specifically for hard drive shredders and crushers, which meet the need of any type of shred size. Many consumers and businesses are transferring to cloud-hosting and cloud memory. Consequently, there is no need to keep old hard drives as they will only become obsolete. It is extremely critical and in many cases legally critical, to fully shred hard-drives to total destruction, with zero risks of recovery.