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July 2013

The NAID Board of Directors is you

By NAID President Tom Huth, Allshred Services, Inc. As NAID president I have the opportunity to talk to a lot of members. For the most part, I am encouraged by the feedback I receive. Even when a member calls with a complaint of some kind, generally their criticism is constructive and they are supportive of […]

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If not NAID, then who?

By John M. Mesrobian, J.D., C.P.P., C.F.E., C.I.P.P. Recently, there have been a few events that remind us of the important role NAID plays in the marketplace. Readers may have already heard that NAID’s leadership opposes flow control legislation in a New York county that’s attempting to divert all business wastepaper to the county’s recycling […]

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Throwback Thursday

By Kristina Carlberg, NAID Director of Communications Next month will mark the one-year anniversary of NAIDnotes. At the beginning, this blog was started to give a voice to NAID and the industry it serves and put a face to the professionals who are solving problems and handling secure destruction issues every day. Over the last year, […]

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NAID’s CEO names his favorite blog entries

By Bob Johnson, NAID CEO Having reached the midpoint of 2013, I thought I’d use this time to point out some of my favorite blog postings from the past six months. With over 50 to choose from, it was not an easy task because it was like choosing between my children. In “Data destruction: The […]

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