Click to view the latest updates on our services.  Service Status Update.

contact call08003764422


Restore Datashred News

Remote working how to stay compliant

With so many people now working from home, we can help you stay compliant with secure data destruction.

It’s the new acronym – Working From Home – and many of you are navigating new ways of working and being productive, supporting your families and the economy. Restore Datashred can help you remain compliant, too.

Commercial Shredding

Don’t drown in paper, media or textiles. If you’ve got volume to dispose of responsibly, we can help.

Do you recognise yourself in one of these scenarios?

–> Your organisation has fully embraced the digitisation process and now has reams of paper to destroy.
–> A large case from the past has finally reached its retention deadline and now you have boxes and boxes of obsolete documents on your hands, taking up valuable off-site storage space…

–> You’ve reached the end of a campaign and you have mountains of collateral to dispose of.

–> You work in a factory setting, such as a confidential print works, and the overs or cuttings must be securely destroyed.

–> And, finally, textiles. Clothing donated to charities that is unsuitable because it is damaged or soiled can amount to tonnes of textiles.


Just checking in: how’s your GDPR compliance?

According to the ICO’s Q3 2019-2020 report, reported non-cyber incidents – the physical theft of paper or digital media – accounted for the majority of data breaches in that period.

GDPR legislation has been active for approaching two years and, in the past six months or so, the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has started to demonstrate its mettle – and its power – handing out fines to businesses that fail to meet strict criteria. The legislation applies to all businesses that offer goods or services, or receive data from or send it into, the EU.