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  1. Property managers in Sioux Falls have to deal with tenants leaving behind everything from Stereos and Speakers, to Televisions and Computers, to Monitors and Microwaves, and everything in between. When it comes to electronic junk removal from rental properties, there are a few things to keep in mind.

  2. It’s time to upgrade to Windows 10, follow these tips to refresh your hardware simultaneously to ensure optimal integration.

  3. Law firms should seek out services that not only overwrite data, but also securely destroy and recycle physical components. Learn how to properly manage the security threats faced by law offices.

  4. It starts with awareness—companies need to know the risks that come along with improper handling of e-waste. By following these simple tips they can make sure their program is in compliance.

  5. When hard drives are ready to be destroyed, throwing them away is not an option, even if you wipe them first. Lingering data could be recovered by dumpster-diving thieves. Neither do you want to try DIY methods of destruction like driving nails through your hardware. Learn why.

  6. Most businesses don't have the time to inventory, research prices, and resell their own used computer equipment, and if they wait too long the return won't be worth the effort. Outsourcing this step is a smart idea to get the best ROI, but choose your vendor wisely.

  7. If you operate in the European Union (EU), or you’re working with companies there, you could soon be on the hook to meet new obligations. What is the GDPR and what do you need to know about it if you conduct business in the EU?

  8. Responsible companies must do all they can to protect the sensitive, personal data consumers, clients, and employees entrust to them.

  9. All businesses have a responsibility to observe governmental privacy laws designed to protect consumers, as well as any applicable industry regulations related to data security.

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