Data Security

  • How to Plan for IT Equipment Decommissioning

    All computer equipment becomes outdated at some point in its life-cycle. Planning ahead for the decommissioning, replacement and re-marketing of your obsolete IT assets is a necessary step to avoid unexpected risks. When you are approaching this phase in your IT asset management (ITAM) process, it’s time to make a plan for IT Asset Disposition […]

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  • Every Bank Needs This Checklist

    Financial institutions face daily challenges when it comes to compliance, protecting customer data, and managing third-party risks. With a heavy focus on internal security, the risk of equipment leaving the premises for recovery, recycling or disposition is often an after thought. Complying with Regulations Under regulations such as the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA) and the Sarbanes-Oxley […]

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  • Why Do Certifications Matter?

    When it comes to finding a partner to manage your end-of-use technology devices in Sioux Falls or the surrounding South Dakota area, choose wisely. Data security and environmental compliance is vital in today’s high-risk business landscape and there are many vendors who will take your equipment and give you their word…but how do you know […]

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  • Computer Resale and Recycling: What are the Risks?

    The rapid evolution and constant use of technology has many organizations on a frequent refresh cycle, leaving them overloaded with unused technology equipment. When choosing to recycle or sell your computer equipment, it’s important to define your specific needs related to the removal, movement and disposition of your electronic assets, as well as uncover any […]

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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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  • How to choose an ITAD partner

    Choosing the best service providers for your business is an important task. For companies to perform optimally, it’s a good idea to select partners you can count on. When you’re looking for services in a competitive industry like electronics liquidation or ewaste recycling, it may be difficult to see what sets each contender apart. There […]

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  • Computer Recycling in Sioux Falls

    Companies looking for on-site hard drive destruction in Sioux Falls don’t have to look any further than the local team at SEAM. As a certified partner for IT asset disposition, SEAM’s experts provide a secure, full-proof data destruction solutions. Their electronic waste services take on all liability and remove any risks associated with properly disposing of […]

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  • Know Who You’re Working With

    According to E-Scrap News, a Georgia company created a fraudulent R2 certificate in an attempt to win a contract from a school district. The document looked very real, with the facility name, date and a fake certificate number. When the school district received the proposal, they checked SERI’s directory to make sure the company was listed. When they saw […]

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