News & Updates

  • 5 ITAD Mistakes You Don’t Want to Make

    IT asset disposition, or ITAD, is something that many companies don’t pay much attention to.  It makes sense that you’d be more concerned with the acquisition of modern equipment that helps you get the job done, rather than the fate of outdated e-waste.  After all, the show must go on. The problem is that your […]

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  • Re:Boot Sioux Falls Announces Technology Donation Beneficiaries

    PRESS RELEASE FROM ZEAL CENTER FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP SIOUX FALLS, SD, October 2019 – Zeal Center for Entrepreneurship in partnership with Dakota Research and Consulting Organization (DRACO) and Secure Enterprise Asset Management (SEAM) has announced the beneficiaries of the first annual Re:Boot Sioux Falls technology drive. In July, Sioux Falls area nonprofits were invited to apply […]

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  • Helpful Tips when Buying Quality Used Computers and IT Equipment

    If you own and operate a tech company, chances are you need to stay pretty up-to-date with the latest technologies.  The same is not true for every business, though, and many do just fine without paying top dollar to upgrade annually, or to buy the newest equipment when they do have to update systems. If […]

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  • The Case for IT Remarketing

    In a world that runs on the convenience of disposable goods, we’ve developed a linear product life mindset, one in which goods are purchased, used, and then thrown away.  It’s no wonder, then, that there’s a growing problem in e-waste disposal. Millions of metric tons of e-waste are disposed of annually across the globe, and […]

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  • What are IT Ghost Assets?

    Some people believe that we are surrounded by a spirit world we cannot see.  Whether it gives you comfort that your loved ones may be watching over you and protecting you, or it concerns you that they’re hovering about, you’re at least aware of the concept and you can choose to embrace it or ignore […]

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  • Windows 7 End of Life

    It is the end of an era.  Windows 7, arguably the best Windows OS ever created, is finally on the way out, with extended support set to expire in just a few short months. Although mainstream support for the software actually ended in January of 2015, with Windows 10  launching later that year, any and […]

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  • The Difference Between an IT Disposal and IT Disposition Company

    Businesses now rely on a vast array of electronics to perform tasks ranging from simple to complex.  It used to be that credit card purchases were verified by carbon copies made on manual imprinting machines.  Today, electronic equipment digitally captures card data stored on magnetic strips or embedded microchips, encrypting it and sending purchase data […]

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  • Getting Value Back on Electronics in Education

    When schools, colleges, universities or other educational institutions consider IT equipment refreshes for the new school year, planning efforts should always include assessing the remarketing or residual value of the current technology assets being used.  Knowing if obsolete or unwanted technology still holds value and understanding the importance of safely and securely selling, disposing or […]

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  • The Most Common Barriers to Effective Electronic Waste Recycling

    Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you know that there are laws in place governing how electronics can be disposed of, with most states enacting laws related to which devices (or which parts of devices) must be recycled for safety and environmental protection.  Businesses are particularly liable due to the volume of IT equipment […]

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