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, it has evolved into a library of valuable information and insights that gives context to those issues and offers solutions to those problems. And, as NAID, its members and the industry continues to grow so will the importance of discussing these issues. The NAIDnotes audience can count on an engaging, informative post once or twice a week, making it a consistent, reliable source for expert opinions, NAID information, industry news, tips, and best practices. So where was NAIDnotes a year ago? Well, here are the first two posts in NAIDnotes. My how the time has gone by!
August 7, 2012 – Welcome to NAIDnotes
According to Dictionary.com, a “blog” is a website containing a collection of writer’s or group of writers’ own experiences, observations, opinions, etc., and often having images and links to other websites. Read more
August 9, 2012 – Remembering what NAID is all about
NAID has one mission: to promote the proper destruction of discarded information by outsourcing to a qualified service provider. That’s it. In service of that mission, NAID engages in a wide range of activities such as producing publications, holding conferences, commissioning research, speaking at industry events and advocating for regulations. Read more
July 11, 2013