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Laws under consideration could further punish companies for data breaches

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Anything IT receives military contract

Electronics recycling company to serve a division of the U.S. military.

Iron Mountain adds to executive staff

Eileen Sweeney will lead company’s data management business division.

Access acquires InfoCare

Acquisition of Bellingham, Washington, records and information management company enables Access to enter a new market.

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Increase revenue with expanded services

The final webinar in the SDB Summer School series is scheduled for Aug. 20, 2014, at 11 a.m. EST. Be sure to sign up for this informative session, which will address expanding your company’s service offering by adding imaging and medical waste transportation and/or disposal.  

Speakers will include:
 

  • Herbert P. Henk Jr., chief operating officer of Sci-Med Waste Systems Inc., Roanoke, Virginia, who will discuss points to consider before adding medical waste transportation or treatment services to your company’s portfolio of services, and
  • Andy Sokol of Florida-based recordSHRED Inc. and Scanning School, who will share his tips for establishing a productive scanning division and selling the service to your clients.
     

Save money by avoiding travel and inviting one or more colleagues to join you at this 90-minute webinar. Visit www.SDBmagazine.com/summerschool.aspx to learn more and to register. 

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