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  • What to Expect when Pros Perform Your IT Asset Disposal

    Figuring out what to do with outdated IT equipment when you upgrade to something new can be a real hassle. On the one hand, you don’t want it to languish in a closet or supply room on-site, taking up room and posing a danger for theft. On the other hand, you can’t exactly dump it […]

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  • Office Equipment Recycling 101

    The sheer number of electronic devices the average company relies on these days to conduct business is staggering. A busy office could house dozens or hundreds of employees, each with a personal computer and/or laptop, a cell phone, and a host of other mobile devices. Then there are printers, scanners, copiers, servers, and all the […]

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  • Hard Drive Data Wiping 101

    Most companies put a lot of resources into protecting confidential data, especially the data entrusted to them by customers, as a way to protect their business and comply with laws designed to protect consumer privacy. With so much digital data residing on computer equipment, network servers, and mobile devices, your company simply can’t do without […]

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  • 5 Reasons Why Tossing Your Hard Drive is a Bad Idea

    Upgrading to new computer equipment for your business is exciting, because it will likely increase efficiency and competitive edge, but also frustrating, because of the cost and delays associated with switching over. Of course, that doesn’t even take into account the big question of what to do with your old devices once the upgrade process […]

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  • What Can You Expect when Professionals Perform Your IT Asset Disposal?

    The ever-changing technological landscape demands that businesses that want to remain relevant and competitive upgrade to new equipment and software periodically.  Unfortunately, this creates a stockpile of outdated devices that must be properly disposed of, in keeping with environmental and privacy laws. You can attempt to dispose of these devices on your own, but if […]

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  • How to Recycle Your IT Assets without Putting Your Organization at Risk

    Every business these days relies on a variety of IT assets for operations, including computers, laptops, servers, and mobile devices.  These devices house sensitive data, which is why organizations have to secure them against both internal and external threats of breach.  Companies not only have to protect data for the benefit of customers, but also […]

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  • The Hidden Security Threat Most Hospitals Overlook

    When it comes to securing private consumer data, healthcare facilities must adhere to the highest industry standards.  Like other businesses, they have to comply with federal, state, and local privacy laws intended to protect the consumer public from potential hazards like identity theft.  However, the healthcare industry also has to meet privacy standards set forth […]

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  • Bad Data Center Configuration Leads to Extreme Waste Problem

    With the growth of online operations and digital data storage, data centers have become a necessity of modern existence. As with any new industry, there are bound to be growing pains, and environmental concerns are certainly among them. Just think back to the rampant pollution of the industrial revolution. People wanted the conveniences new power […]

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  • How to Get the Most Out of End of Life IT Equipment

    When businesses are finished using their computer or networking equipment, what to do with it next can be a challenge. To get the most out of your used IT equipment and stay in compliance, follow this checklist: Get Some Value Back to Reduce TCO (Total Cost of Ownership): Value recovery comes in many different forms. […]

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