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  • ROI for Used Computers

    Return on Investment for Used Computers With technology advancing every day, businesses must act quickly for any chance of a return on investment for their outdated IT equipment. When computers becomes obsolete, they lose value as fast as any other technology on the market. If out-of-date electronic equipment is allowed to take up space and collect dust, depreciation […]

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  • What Your Business Should Know about GDPR

    There is no shortage of rules and regulations to observe when it comes to data protection. Businesses that want to stay on the right side of the law (and their customers) must comply with federal, state, and local privacy laws, as well as any applicable industry regulations geared toward protecting specific confidential information (such as […]

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  • The Biggest Security Threats in Your Office

    Businesses today understand the importance of digital security. With so many major data breaches hitting the headlines and new threats like ransomware cropping up all the time, it’s imperative that responsible companies do all they can to protect the sensitive, personal data consumers, clients, and employees entrust to them. However, there might be a slew […]

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  • 5 Big Security Threats at Law Firms

    All businesses have a responsibility to observe governmental privacy laws designed to protect consumers, as well as any applicable industry regulations related to data security. However, certain fields have even greater ethical responsibility to protect confidential client information. This is especially true for law firms that collect and store all kinds of sensitive information related […]

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  • Storing Old Computers is a Bad Idea

    More data was created in the last two years than the previous 5,000 years of humanity. Computers, laptops, hard drives, data tapes, USB drives, CDs, phones, tablets and printers are being filled to the brim with data every day. When these devices become obsolete they are often moved to a drawer, locked in a back […]

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  • How Does Hard Drive Shredding Work?

    As a business owner, you may be understandably concerned about handing over hard drives containing sensitive data to a third-party service provider. What if your vendor fails to wipe drives before reselling them or dumps them in the trash without wiping them? Of course, you might not have the expertise to manage the task of […]

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  • Why IT Asset Disposition is Crucial for Your Business

    Every business has to prioritize tasks and spending, and the bottom line is to make money, which naturally places the priority on tasks that lead to this end. However, making money isn’t enough. You also have to avoid losing money, and this means putting protections in place that safeguard your company against a variety of […]

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  • Risk Mitigation when Dealing with IT Asset Disposal

    One of the biggest problems facing many companies is keeping up with the breakneck speeds at which technology is advancing. In the last three decades alone, we’ve gone from landlines, to cell phones, to smart phones and other wireless devices, and computer technologies are advancing just as rapidly. This has created all kinds of risks […]

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  • The Importance of Electronics Recycling

    Although federal and state laws are a little slow on the uptake when it comes to regulating e-waste, responsible businesses, institutions and individuals are jumping on the eco-friendly bandwagon when it comes to recycling their old computers and electronic devices rather than sending them to the landfill. As an organization utilizing advanced technologies, you’re no […]

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