News & Updates

  • Managing the Risks of Data at Rest

    More than ever before, companies are aware of the importance of keeping information secure. However, some companies focus too much on data in transit, which moves back and forth over networks, rather than data at rest, including information stored in a single location. Every device your company uses has a vast amount of data at […]

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  • Why Your Company Should Think about E-Waste Management

    As our world grows more and more interconnected, the technology to make those connections continues to advance, as well. Every year, companies replace thousands of routers and modems, re-run miles and miles of cables, and upgrade servers, desktops, laptops, and other electronic devices that help to make our modern world function. But what happens to […]

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  • 5 Reasons Why You Need Document Shredding

    Even as businesses try to transition to a paperless workplace, the fact is that most offices produce a surprisingly large amount of paper documents. Most of the time, these documents will contain confidential information, and the responsibility of maintaining that confidentiality rests within the company. That’s why it’s important to secure the services of a […]

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  • What Happens to Your Documents After Shredding?

    In your office, you do everything you can to keep sensitive papers secure, from locking your filing cabinets to securing shredding bins. But what happens once those shredding bins are collected and the documents are sent off to be destroyed? And what happens to that shredded paper? When you’re looking for a vendor to shred […]

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  • Toxic Ewaste Video

    The Ugly Truth About Toxic E-Waste

    50 million metric tons of e-waste are generated every year. Can we make it sustainable?

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  • How Shifting to Working from Home Affects Your ITAD Needs

    As COVID-19 continues its spread throughout the world, the effect of the virus on businesses and their employees has been dramatic. Perhaps the most significant change has been the number of workers who have shifted to working from home. As businesses have closed their physical locations to comply with changes in local and state regulations, […]

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  • What You Might Be Overlooking in IT Asset Management

    While it seems like IT asset management should be relatively straightforward, there are a lot of places in which a system can break down, potentially exposing your company to things like data breaches and significant liability. Whether you’re developing a new system for IT asset management or refining existing policies, keep the following points in […]

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  • COVID-19 and Asset Liquidation: The State of Affairs

    The COVID-19 pandemic has created a great deal of damage around the globe, including huge waves of job loss for citizens and bankruptcy for major corporations. Though the unemployment process for individuals is relatively straightforward, filing for bankruptcy can have vastly different implications for corporations depending on what type of bankruptcy is filed—especially when it […]

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  • Recent Developments in IT Equipment Capital Depreciation

    When it comes to the capital depreciation of equipment within a company’s data center, accountants and IT leadership often find themselves in disagreement. Accountants may argue that the value of data center assets are related directly to the depreciated value of the assets, while IT experts view the equipment through a lens of functionality more […]

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