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5 Ways to Help Your Organization Go Green

The idea of going green is hardly new, but today, creating and maintaining ecologically responsible business practices is more critical than ever. Introducing sustainability to your organization is necessary, whether your focus is on saving the planet or building a good reputation. With that said, knowing how to go green is often easier said than done. Let’s consider how you can implement the best green policy for your business. 

What Does the CHIPS Act Mean for the Microchip Shortage?

Earlier this year, President Biden signed the CHIPS Act into law, pledging $280 billion in US government funding, including $52 billion to boost American domestic semiconductor manufacturing. While the news of a global microchip shortage made the biggest splash in headlines throughout 2020, the shortage is far from being resolved. While supply chain issues and other factors continue to play a role in semiconductor manufacturing, legislators are working to promote solutions. 

How to Recycle Old Computers From Your Business

Aside from making room for new devices and saving money, properly disposing of your business’s unused computers can help your company’s sustainability reputation.

How to Protect Your Organization Using Data Sanitization

When it comes to protecting your company’s private information, you probably have a complex system in place involving passwords, firewalls, and private networks. While these are all important, data sanitization is another aspect of information security that many organizations fail to take into account. Data sanitization (sometimes called data shredding or data destruction) is the last step in your company’s privacy plan, but no less impactful than the earlier, more widely-recognized parts. 

Why Your Organization Should Be Data Shredding

While shredding private papers that are no longer needed has been common practice for a long time, many companies neglect to give data shredding the same attention. 

Why You Should Recycle Your Hard Drives

It may seem easier to simply toss your old hard drives out with the trash, but there are three key reasons you should take the high road and recycle hard drives instead.

5 Types of Electronic Recycling

Many workplaces have gotten in on this eco-friendly trend, from big ideas in their sustainability plans to small, actionable steps like providing recycling accessibility in staff break rooms. But has your company considered recycling your old electronics?

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The Demand for Sustainable Packaging

How products are stored and delivered increasingly plays a role in buying decisions, and sustainable packaging is a growing concern for consumers of all types of goods.

Why Organizations Need to Invest in Proper Data Destruction

In this digital age, data is more critical than ever. It drives businesses and organizations forward, allowing them to make smarter decisions and improve their operations. However, if secure data isn’t handled correctly, it can be jeopardized in several ways. That’s why it’s so essential for organizations to invest in proper data destruction methods.

How to Implement Continuous Data Protection for Your Organization

Many elements of data security need to be considered when creating a plan to protect your company’s information. While some steps, such as ensuring that sensitive files and servers are password protected, are commonplace, many others often fall under the radar. To ensure security, you need to plan for all contingencies. As a response to potential threats, any good security plan should include a continuous data protection system to keep your information safe at every step. 

Evolving From Legacy Systems in Corporate America

When it comes to technology, new systems and equipment are constantly emerging. Most want to stay up-to-date with the latest phones, computers, and other devices. For companies, however, switching over to updated tech poses several challenges. Consequently, many companies rely on outdated “legacy systems.”

How Can You Dispose of Radioactive Metals?

Like any other hazardous material, radiation-impacted materials must be appropriately disposed of. Even items with small amounts of radiation need to be disposed of correctly so they do not cause damage to their surrounding environment.

Developing an ESG Policy for Your Business

While ethical business may seem like a straightforward concept, there’s a lot that goes into developing a strong ESG policy. Today, companies are held under closer scrutiny than ever when it comes to their business practices. This includes everyday human elements, like safe working conditions and fair pay, as well as greater factors like environmental impact and social responsibility. Having a solid ESG policy in place is crucial for any company looking to thrive in today’s plugged-in, socially-conscious world. 

5 E-Waste Facts You Need to Know

Electronics play a more central role in our daily lives than ever before. School, jobs, social lives, and entertainment all rely on our access to the digital world. Even the most basic, old-fashioned professions have adopted technology into their business models, with phones and computers handling the overwhelming majority of modern communications.  But while electronic […]

Recycling Electric Car Batteries 

Gas-powered cars are slowly approaching their end, making way for “greener,” more sustainable electrics. Electric cars may be the future, but many people don’t know much about how they work. Since the most widely available electric cars are relatively new, it’s easy not to think about what happens to electric vehicles once they reach the […]

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