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Understanding Shredder Security Levels

Level 2 Strip Cut is the least secure method of shredding documents, and we can only really recommend it for general document shredding. Strip Cut shredding is exactly what it sounds like: documents are merely cut into long strips, meaning that if a criminal were persistent enough, he or she could easily piece the document back together so it was readable.

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What Are the Main Differences Between Cross Cut and Strip Cut Paper Shredders?

Once you've decided to buy a paper shredder, the next step is determining which type of paper shredder you should buy.This article provides a comparison of cross cut and strip cut shredding machines so that you can make a decision that is right for your life and your needs.

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The Importance of Shredding

Though document shredding is seen as your first line of defense against identity theft, there are still some people out there who may need some convincing. Here are some of the reasons you need to seriously consider getting a good document shredder today.

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Dahle 20396 Level 3 Cross Cut High Capacity Paper Shredder Review

Intended for use in a busy mail room or other high volume setting, the Dahle 20396 offers FACTA-compliant Level 3 cross cut shredding and a very high sheet capacity. In this article, we look at some of what we consider to be this machine's strengths and weaknesses.

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