In today’s digital, web-focused, technologically savvy world, it’s a wonder anything exists on paper anymore. With the use of digital devices and online news stories, books and newspapers have been printed and sold less and less. But with the information age moving to computers and devices, there’s still one avenue we continue to see printed data. And it is one of the most sensitive: our personal information, whether it has to do with health, banking and finances, personal possessions, or any number of other type of information that we would like to have every confidence is secure.
Why does it matter that my information is on paper?
An estimated 95% of business information continues to be kept on paper. We fill in sensitive information when we visit the doctor’s off