News & Updates

Month: July 2017

  • SEAM in the Community: EMBE Lego Camp in Sioux Falls

    SEAM was honored to be able to help inspire the science and technology leaders of tomorrow by donating laptops to EmBe’s FIRST LEGO League camp in Sioux Falls! At camp, boys and girls learn the basics of building and programming robots and work as teams to research and create a solution to a real world problem. Thanks EmBe for […]

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  • Don’t make the $31K Mistake with HIPAA

    Earlier this year, the Center for Children’s Digestive Health (CCDH), paid a $31,000 HIPAA settlement  for failing to obtain a written business associate agreement (BAA) with one of their medical records storage vendors, FileFax. There was no actual data breach here, just a missing written agreement. Another case from March 2016 cost North Memorial Health Care of Minnesota $1.55 Million, again for […]

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  • SEAM helping with Girls Breaker Day

    On Saturday July 29, SEAM will be helping Code Bootcamp demystify how electronics and appliances work at their first Girls Breaker Day event in Sioux Falls. Girls in fifth through 10th grades and their parents are invited to explore and take apart electronics like computers, keyboards, printers, electronic toys and other items in a safe […]

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  • Why You Should Hire an ITAD Company

    All companies go through technology refresh cycles at some point, replacing the old IT assets with newer, faster, more efficient ones. Out with the old and in with the new right? Well it’s not that simple. The “out” part is where it gets more complicated. Many companies do not have the equipment or staff to […]

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  • Why is Electronic Data Destruction So Important?

    Why Is Data Destruction So Important? All businesses today depend on data. Everything from financials, to customer contacts, to internal procedures and proprietary information, it all comes in the form of data. When that data is contained in paper records, it’s easy to toss it in a shredder and know it’s destroyed. When that data […]

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