Compliance

  • E-Waste Disposal: What You Need to Know

    According to the UNU-IAS Global E-Waste Monitor, 41.8 million metric tons of e-waste was generated on a global scale in 2014, a number predicted to rise to nearby 50 million by 2018. Only a portion of this mountain of equipment and electronics gets recycled, while the rest is sent to landfills. This is unfortunate because […]

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  • Elevating Your ITAD Management Strategy

    Successfully protecting data is no easy feat, and it requires a comprehensive approach that follows the life cycle of data and devices. In the fast-changing world of virtual security, you may need to pivot frequently to ensure you comply with privacy laws and keep company and consumer data safe. This can be a tall order […]

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  • Challenges in CRT Recycling

    If you’ve been in business for a while and you’re just getting around to creating IT asset disposition (ITAD) policies and procedures, you could have a significant backlog of outdated equipment languishing in supply rooms or off-site storage warehouses. As you’re no doubt aware, you have to take care in disposing of old equipment and […]

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  • How to Manage the ITAD Reporting Gap

    Ideally, your Sioux Falls, SD business will track every IT device within your organization from the moment you buy it until the moment it is destroyed. However, even with a tracking system in place, this isn’t always entirely feasible. Not only are you dealing with potentially hundreds or thousands of devices, including computers, laptops, tablets, […]

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  • Why Businesses Must Comply with Data Disposal Regulations

    Data security has probably always been a paramount concern to businesses. It’s hard to believe that the first credit cards appeared nearly 100 years ago, although credit cards as we know them today (bank credit cards) wouldn’t appear and start to gain traction until the late ‘50s/early 60’s. Even social security didn’t exist until 1935. […]

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  • Why Overwriting Isn’t Enough to Erase Data

    Data destruction is a tricky business. Computer and software manufacturers know that sometimes people accidentally delete things they didn’t mean to, and they may even save new data and accidentally overwrite what they deleted. For this reason, there are a variety of protections in place that allow users to recover lost data, even if it’s […]

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  • Why You Should Leave Hard Drive Destruction to the Professionals

    We live in an era of unparalleled access to data. In many ways, this is a boon. When properly collected and collated, mass amounts of data can help us to improve dramatically, addressing problems on a global scale and planning for a better future. Unfortunately, collection and storage of data can also be dangerous. As […]

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  • How to Better Handle Your IT Asset Management

    IT asset management, or ITAM, revolves around how you manage your IT assets, including equipment like computers and devices, along with related technologies like software (not to be confused with assets like data). As a North Dakota business owner, you know the importance of tracking and managing all of your assets. For example, you can’t […]

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  • Don’t Let Your IT Disposal Put Your Company’s Reputation at Risk

    Building a reputation as a company that has top-notch products or services and exhibits honesty, integrity, and concern for customers and their experience is no easy feat, especially in this day and age. Customers often turn to peer reviews to decide on which brands to support, but the results aren’t always accurate. Some customers can […]

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