Our Customers care about data security, environmental responsibility and maximizing the value of their IT equipment.
We specialize in managing sensitive data for Privacy Regulated industries who understand the critical importance of their data security and rely on SEAM to keep them in compliance with the ever-changing regulatory landscape of today. From healthcare and insurance providers, to educational and financial institutions, to legal and government agencies, we are there to take on full liability when it comes to privacy regulations.
- 91% of healthcare organizations and 59% of business associates experienced a data breach (Ponemon Institute).
- The average economic impact of data breaches per healthcare organization is over $2M (Ponemon Institute).
- Education companies pay up to $300 per compromised record, considerably higher than the U.S. average of $217 (Ponemon Institute)
Excess Business Equipment
SEAM works with businesses of all sizes to efficiently and securely manage their surplus, retired and obsolete IT assets. From companies with large IT departments and multiple knowledge workers, to small, locally owned businesses with just a few hard working employees. We offer solutions to maximize recovery and make the process as seamless as possible.
- Data loss and downtime costs enterprises $1.7 trillion per year (EMC Corporation).
- Improper disposal can happen even with "trusted" employees in charge of the process (See 2014 Headline of internal brach). Using a certified vendor leaves no room for questions.
- Proper removal of data from computer hard drives requires more than just pressing delete (See NAID study showing 30% of computers purchased containing sensitive information). With SEAM, you have no doubt your data is destroyed.
At SEAM, we pride ourselves in maintaining the highest environmental standards possible. We work with socially responsible organizations who care about environmental issues and go the extra mile to do their part. Partnering with SEAM allows customers to meet their sustainability initiatives and CSR requirements through responsible recycling practices.
- The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recommends use of companies with R2 and e-Stewards certifications to protect human health and the environment.
- Finding recycling outlets for hazardous waste and electronics can gain your company LEED Points.
- Disposing IT Assets in a safe, legal and environmentally sustainable manner is good for our world, and good for your pocketbook (See 2015 example of large company fined for improper disposal)