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Electronic Media Sessions Aim at Keeping ALL Attendees Competitive

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February 13, 2018

Looking at the wide array of sessions planned for NAID 2018 it might not dawn on the casual observer that there is one, single common thread to all of them: They are aimed at keeping attendees competitive in an evolving market.

Take for instance the generous number of sessions focusing on opportunities in the disposal of electronic information and media. Hard copy destruction service providers thinking these sessions are for other NAID members (and not for them), should think again. Yes, electronic media specialist will benefit from attending these sessions, but, just as importantly, paper shredders will too.

The fact is that every destruction service provider can capitalize on profitable opportunities in electronic media destruction.  In fact, no one can afford to ignore it. Paper destruction isn’t going away, but electronic media destruction is still emerging.

Electronic media destruction is the future, and every service provider owes it to themselves and the future of their business to understand that world.

Below is a list of electronic media destruction sessions currently being offered at NAID 2018 and included among the speakers for these sessions is a veritable who’s who of electronic media destruction.

  • What Information is Really on Old Devices and Why it Matters
  • Predicting the Future of Data Memory
  • Sanitized? Check. The Importance of Verification
  • Data Destruction in the loT World
  • Generating Profit by Shredding More Hard Drives
  • Overcoming the C-Suite Challenge
  • Information Destruction – You Might be Doing it Wrong

Register today for the NAID 2018 Conference and Expo to be held April 13-15 at the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center in Nashville, Tennessee.