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Archive for November 25th, 2019

How Companies Can Safely Dispose Of Sensitive Information

Picture this: You work in HR at a company that deals with a lot of confidential information such as a bank or a credit card company. Everyday people need both of these institutions and they entrust you with a lot of confidential information. This confidential information is most likely stored on computers these days, but if you’ve got old records from years ago, there’s likely a storage room somewhere filled to the brim with old company documents no one has visited in years.

You’re probably thinking to yourself, “We need those documents just in case something happens.” Well guess what, something does happen every day and it isn’t with your old paper records. Every day, there seems to be new story about a well-known company falling victim to a data breach, which means millions of customers are now potential victims of identity theft. It’s estimated that about 1 in 15 people is a victim of identity theft. In 2017 alone, that added up to 16 million people.

So what can companie

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Benefits of an Induction Melting Furnace in Metal Heating

The past few decades have seen the popularity of melting by induction grow in leaps and bounds. This trend is expected to remain consistent as more industry players continue to switch to the use of induction heating equipment. According to Marketwatch, by 2023, a majority of businesses in the extraction and purification of metals will have deployed induction melting. This is, however, no surprise as the purification of metals using induction packs a long-string of cost-saving benefits. Still not convinced about this method? Here are some reasons why you should get your steel melting induction furnace today.

Reasons Why You Should Switch to an Induction Forging Furnace

Even though there are plenty of ways to heat and melt metals like steel, using a metal melting furnace is a more suitable option due to the following reasons

Fast Start-Up Process

Gas-fired furnaces, infrared heaters, and other types of melting furnaces usually contain a vast amoun

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Six Ways Companies Can Better Protect Their Customers’ Data

The world is a crazy place these days and it seems that more and more companies are falling victim to cybercrime. Even if they have their customers’ best intentions at heart, companies can still fall victim to data breaches which means their customers fall victim to identity theft. These days, it’s estimated that about one in 15 people is a victim of identity theft and in 2017 that number was as high as 16.7 million.

With that in mind, it’s imperative that companies do all can do these days to protect customers information and by using the following steps companies can do a lot to make that happen:

  • Limit access: Whether your company is big or small, there’s a good chance that not everybody in the company needs to see sensitive information, especially if it concerns your customers. The reasoning behind this is simple really: the fewer people that have access to sensitive information, the fewer opportunities there are for hackers to find a weak point in y

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