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Healthcare Industry, is your data safe? Free advice from certified electronic waste recyclers.

Whether or not you support the growing use of Electronic Health Records (EHR) to help physicians manage their patients and support their treatment,  there is no doubt that the practice is reshaping how healthcare professionals do their jobs. These systems are connecting doctors with their patients in new and expanded ways. But that connection comes …

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R2 certified electronic waste recycling, what is your school technology plan?

There is a growing concern over the inadvertent release of personal and proprietary information.  Schools and universities need to create a data governance strategy and turn to a certified electronic waste (e-waste) recycler with the skill and experience to dispose of electronic equipment that has come to the end of its lifecycle. The proper disposal …

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Take a risk like Morgan Stanley or recycle your ewaste safely?

Businesses large and small have an obligation to protect the customer data they use as part of their business. One of the country’s largest financial concerns failed to do just that, and were hit with millions in fines. It wasn’t hackers, or cyber terrorists that took on Morgan Stanley Smith Barney.  It was the company’s …

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6 Reasons to Celebrate Hospitals Going Green this Earth Day

Healthcare facilities are major sources of pollution. On a daily basis, hospitals in the United States create almost 7,000 tons of solid waste. Single-use gloves, plastic wrapping around tools, syringes and other plastic products are used for a few moments, then thrown in the garbage. Hazardous solid waste also includes electronic devices and accessories that …

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