New Year, New Bests: Shed the Pounds, Shred the Rest 

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As 2018 begins, many of us are looking to make new resolutions. We often use this time to better ourselves physically. But, why limit the resolutions to personal goals? The beginning of a new year is the perfect time to set fresh aspirations for your organization, as well.

Taking a moment to consider the security and integrity of your records and data is one way to get your year off to a successful start. This will not ...

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Why your Information Solutions Provider Should be NAID AAA certified.

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NAID AAA certifiedNo matter the industry, all businesses and organizations must uphold a high standard of ethics to protect the welfare of their employees and the people they serve. As a result, each industry often has governing bodies to enforce policies and regulations. In addition, governing bodies ensure organizations are held to the highest level of standard. For the information destruction industry that governing body is the National Association for ...

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WFAE 90.7 Underwriting

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As part of the Charlotte community, we’re proud to underwrite some of the programming on WFAE, the local NPR station. WFAE 90.7 is a trusted resource to Charlotte and, therefore, a fitting partner for us. Organizations trust their mission critical information with COR365, either in physical or digital form. They trust us to maintain their 24/7 accessibility to their information, ...

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COR365 Information Solutions Acquires SC Data Inc.

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Triangle Acquisition

Expanding Presence in the Triangle Market

On July 12, 2016, COR365 will acquire SC Data of Raleigh. This change of control follows months of meetings and negotiations to ensure a win-win outcome for all parties involved. Although this expansion may not directly affect customers in the Winston-Salem/Greensboro/High Point and Charlotte markets, this will have a positive impact on the company as a whole as we enhance our service offerings, ...

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Is Your SPI Safe at the Workplace?

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Sensitive Personal Information

Take control of how your Sensitive Personal Information (SPI) is handled

Ethics in the work place is one of the most emphasized topics in the business world. Companies expect employees to be ethical in their relationships with other employees, their interactions with customers, their handling of classified information, and their use of company assets. When it ...

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HIPAA as a Security Benchmark

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Why should you care if your off-site information solutions provider is HIPAA compliant or not?

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Every business is impacted by some governing body, be it HIPAA, FDA, or FTC. So when it comes to off-site information management services, how do companies know what to look for? Looking for companies that are well versed and up to date regarding ...

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Resolved To Be Better

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If the past year has taught the world of business anything it was that industry best practices are just that – Resolved to Be Better. Best practices insure that your personal and business data is safe and secure at all times. Especially since we live in a time where the daily headlines are all about data breeches, unsecure email, identity and credit card theft. There are bad guys out there. ...

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Garner data warehouse gains familiar customer

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Garner data warehouse gains familiar customer.

By Kyle Jahner — kjahner@newsobserver.com

 

DataChambers, a company renovating a Garner warehouse into a server farm that will add significantly to the town’s tax base, has a new – and familiar – tenant, customer and partner.

COR365, owned by the company that formerly owned DataChambers, announced it will open a new, secure storage vault for its clients’ digital back-up tapes. The 720-square-foot vault will be able to house 75,000 tapes.

“Looking at expanding into the Raleigh ...

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