News & Updates

  • Summer Tech Tune-Up: Tips for Preparing Your North Dakota, South Dakota & Iowa School’s Tech for the Next Year

    Levi Hentges , Vice President/Business Development, SEAM Summer break offers a much-needed respite for students and teachers alike. But for North Dakota, South Dakota, and Iowa school IT staff, it’s prime time to tackle that ever-growing to-do list and ensure your technology is ready to hit the ground running come fall. Check out these helpful […]

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  • The Role of Data Destruction in Disaster Recovery Planning

    No business wants to face the threat of a digital disaster. Struggling with things like file loss, corruption, and security breaches can take a toll on your operations. With that in mind, disaster recovery planning is extremely important for your organization. Among your business’s disaster recovery plans, data destruction should be a key component. It […]

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  • Why Onsite Shredding Is More Secure Than Offsite?

    Offsite shredding services take your documents and hardware to a shredding plant to be destroyed, while onsite shredding occurs right in your building. But besides that, what are the big differences between the two? If you’ve used an offsite shredding service before, you might wonder what the benefits of its onsite counterpart are like. In […]

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  • A Milestone for Sustainability: Celebrating 25 Years of Millennium Recycling

    This Earth Month, we at SEAM extend our congratulations to our partners at Millennium Recycling on reaching a remarkable 25 years in business. Their dedication to responsible waste management has undoubtedly played a significant role in shaping Sioux Falls into a more sustainable community. For those unfamiliar with our history, SEAM was originally a division […]

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  • Don’t Risk Your Data This Earth Month

    During “Earth Month“, local businesses are rightfully evaluating their environmental impact. This often includes finding responsible ways to dispose of used and outdated computers and electronics, a process known in the industry as IT Asset Disposition (ITAD). Alongside environmental concerns lies another crucial, often overlooked factor: data security. Choosing the wrong disposal method can have […]

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  • Annual Community Shred Event!

    This weekend, SEAM is proud to participate in the annual Crime Stoppers of the Sioux Empire Shred Event! This is a fantastic opportunity to securely dispose of unwanted documents and protect yourself from identity theft. Here’s what you need to know: Date: Saturday, April 20th, 2024 Time: 8:00 am to noon SEAM’s Location: South location […]

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  • The Hidden Impact of Old Computers: Responsible Disposal for Businesses

    While more urgent matters often take precedence, the fate of your old computers has a greater impact than you might think. Responsible disposal is crucial for protecting sensitive data and maximizing your return on investment (ROI). Certifications Make a Difference When selecting a disposal partner, certifications like R2, e-Stewards, and NAID are essential. These certifications […]

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  • 10 Things to Avoid When Selling IT Equipment

    Levi Hentges , Vice President/Business Development, SEAM Businesses have a great opportunity to bring some money back into their tech budget by selling their used IT equipment to recover some of their value once they’re done with the devices. When you’re thinking about selling your outdated or unused equipment, here are 10 pitfalls to avoid. […]

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  • The Silent Threat of Hidden Data

    In an age of advancing technology, hidden data within our devices has become a growing concern. While we’re mindful of the data that new technology might conceal, it’s equally vital to consider what’s hidden in plain sight. A recent encounter at SEAM Services shed light on this matter when a printer arrived with a forgotten […]

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