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  • How to Get More Value from Your Old, Unused Devices

    Saving money and the environment don’t have to be independent of one another. There are a few ways you can get more value out of your old or unused electronic devices that are taking up space in your South Dakota home or business. You can: • Repurpose your old or used device • Wipe the […]

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  • HR Security: How to Protect Your Employees with Secure Shredding

    As identity theft continues to be a growing trend in the U.S., businesses have to seek better ways to protect confidential information from falling into the wrong hands. Theft or misuse of information about employees can be devastating for everyone involved. In fact, business owners in North Dakota may face legal consequences if they fail […]

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  • 4 Ways a Shredding Service Saves You Money

    No matter how you do it, paper shredding is going to cost your business money. That’s a fact. Whether your North Dakota business purchases their own shredder and pays in employee hours to get the job done or you hire a professional data destruction service like SEAM, taking care of outdated paper documents is an […]

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  • What is Audit Documentation for a Shredding Service?

    When it comes to a shredding service, the phrase “audit documentation” simply refers to the documentation of the procedures — storage, transportation, and destruction — that were performed by a shredding company. Audit documentation is an important part of any data destruction service, and that includes shredding companies like SEAM in South Dakota. At SEAM, […]

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  • 5 Reasons to Securely Shred Old Media Resources

    Due to popular demand, SEAM has added a mobile document shredding truck to our Sioux Falls, SD, operations. With this new capacity, we invite you to explore the 5 main reasons you need to securely shred old media resources. The 5 Main Reasons to Shred At the top of the list is to protect sensitive […]

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  • Wrapping up #EarthWeek at SEAM

    The United States currently recycles less than 25 percent of its electronics. Over the years, more and more businesses and consumers alike have realized the environmental threats e-waste poses in the landfill. As education grows, companies trying to do the right thing often destroy perfectly functional desktops, laptops, servers and mobile devices when they reach […]

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  • What Happens when Electronics are Not Recycled Properly

    Upgrading to new IT equipment and devices is an expensive and difficult process for many North Dakota and South Dakota businesses, but it is necessary to remain competitive and ensure efficiency and productivity in the workplace.  Unfortunately, the problems don’t begin and end with purchasing new equipment. Businesses also have to figure out what to […]

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  • 5 Types of Companies That Are Most At-Risk for Data Breaches

    Data breaches are most common in healthcare, finance, retail, lodging, and the public sector, at least generally speaking. Government agencies have a lot of experience in preventing data breaches, and they are transparent (to varying degrees), as well. It should be no surprise that we look to them as a model for evaluating risk. Breaches […]

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  • How Much Can I Get From Recycled Electronics?

    Companies gather electronic junk over the years. Offices often dispose of a variety of electronics items when they don’t know how to have them refurbished, resold, or remarketed. The process of taking electronics out of the waste stream and putting them back on the path to re-use by another consumer is sometimes called eCycling. You […]

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