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  1. Are you at Risk? Learn about data security tips for decommissioning IT Assets in the workplace

  2. To celebrate America Recycles Day, SEAM created an electronics recycling infographic to review the risks, benefits and facts of business technology resale and recycling.

  3. Whether using your data, logging into your network, or collaborating with in-house teams, make sure that sensitive company and customer data remains confidential with remote users.

  4. If you’re unaware of risk factors for data breach and theft, you could have a ticking time bomb on your hands that ends with stolen data and some very unhappy customers.

  5. Learn the difference between onsite and offsite shredding for data storage devices including hard disk drives (HDD), solid state drives (SSD), flash drives, cell phones, backup tapes, CD's and more.

  6. New computer and online technologies has allowed for increasing opportunities to garner beneficial data, but has also required growing reliance on protective measures to keep sensitive data from falling into the wrong hands.

  7. When you decide to upgrade to new hardware and get rid of outdated computer equipment, it is essential that you do so in keeping with all applicable environmental and privacy laws, so as to protect yourself, your clients, and the environment.

  8. The word “data” may be small, but its definition and the way data is used in our day-to-day lives is anything but. Data is, in essence, information that has been translated and stored into a computing device in a way that is efficient for processing purposes. It encompasses a wide range of facts and figures; everything from employee information to a company’s financials falls under the “data” category.

  9. As a responsible business owner, you naturally want to do your best to protect the interests of your customers, as well as your company. This means taking pains to live up to standards for privacy protection.

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