Keep confidential data secure. Our selection of small and home office shredders are designed for moderate – heavy use on a daily basis. Look out for features such as Auto Feed shredding, 100% Jam Proof Technology and Safesense®.
A paper shredder is an excellent way to destroy sensitive documents, old paperwork, unwanted magazines and any other type of paper waste that’s been accumulating in your office. They’re also a great way to destroy old credit cards. There are several kinds of papers you’ll want to shred. Obviously, you’ll want to shred old credit cards and documents that contain personal information.
In this age of identity theft, throwing away or recycling intact documents with personal names, addresses, bank information, social security numbers or any other type of personal information could lead to identity theft.
The best shredder for any small office or home office includes powerful paper jam prevention, safety features and quiet shredder performance.
Are you looking for a compact shredder that doesn’t take up much space in your home or office? You are then looking for a small shredder that is small enough to fit under or on your desk and can be stored away easily in a closet. For secure shredding of personal documents, we recommend using a cross-cut or micro-cut desktop shredder.
The shredders won’t take up too much space and are relatively affordable. You can store the paper shredder out of sight easily or place it pretty much everywhere in your home or office.
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