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  1. The US Department of Health and Human Services recently issued guidance on how to properly dispose of electronic devices to prevent data breaches. Learn how your Midwest healthcare organization can implement their recommendations.

  2. Plastics from recycled electronics have always been a difficult material to manage. With export markets quickly disappearing, electronics processors are now struggling to find responsible solutions.

  3. Modern business owners certainly understand the importance of cyber security and the potential harm from data breaches. While attacks on mega-corporations make headlines, there are also tons of small and midsize business hacks that nobody hears about.

  4. As fast as technology advances these days, companies often find themselves struggling to keep up. A solid strategy involves choosing the right hardware and software solutions that are going to last for years to come with appropriate integration and updates, and even seeking custom solutions. However, you are going to reach a point where you really need to upgrade to new hardware in order to remain relevant, maintain efficiency, and serve your clientele.

  5. There are known risks to storing data in digital formats. If your firewall isn’t robust, your password protections are weak, you’ve decided to forego encryption, and so on, you place yourself at risk of data breach, identity theft, and damage to your customers and your company.

  6. There are known risks to storing data in digital formats. If your firewall isn’t robust, your password protections are weak, you’ve decided to forego encryption, and so on, you place yourself at risk of data breach, identity theft, and damage to your customers and your company.

  7. Data breaches are a major headache for businesses and consumers alike. Consumers are naturally impacted by issues like stolen personal data and identity theft. As a business owner, you have an ethical and legal obligation to protect consumer privacy and safeguard the confidential information your customers provide you with.

  8. The migration to digital data is still underway, but by now, most businesses prefer the convenience and space-saving benefits of storing data on hard drives rather than keeping filing cabinets and storage warehouses full of paper records. The caveat, of course, is that business owners have to take steps to keep digital data safe.

  9. The fear with modern social media is that even when you delete posts, they still remain somewhere, floating in the cloud until they come back to haunt you. Similar fears need not plague you when it comes to business data. If you destroy data properly, you can make sure its gone for good, and this is important for a couple of reasons.

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