How We Helped this Hospital Liquidate Surplus Electronics and Save Hundreds of Thousands of Dollars in 3 Days

How We Helped this Hospital Liquidate Surplus Electronics and Save Hundreds of Thousands of Dollars in 3 Days

When Doctors Hospital decided to shut its doors permanently in 2015, it created a number of problems. Not only did the hospital have to work with its partners to close the debt it owed and figure out a way to maintain emergency and other healthcare services for...
How to Make Sure Your Office’s E-waste Recycling Efforts are Meeting D.O.D. Hard Drive Destruction Standards

How to Make Sure Your Office’s E-waste Recycling Efforts are Meeting D.O.D. Hard Drive Destruction Standards

With technology becoming more involved in our daily lives and jobs, data security has become a top concern for many companies these days. Any number of electronics that a business manufactures or uses is bound to contain either customer or employee data or trade...
8 Ways You Can Reuse Your Old Laptop — and Not One Involves Recycling or a Landfill

8 Ways You Can Reuse Your Old Laptop — and Not One Involves Recycling or a Landfill

Replacing an old laptop can be a hassle if one of the main concerns at your business or organization is to preserve the environment and your bottom line. Fortunately, there are a number of things you can do with your old laptop. If you don’t mind hanging on to it, for...
Surplus Service’s Lou Ramondetta Calls for More East Bay Companies to Create Supply Chain Logistics Job Opportunities

Surplus Service’s Lou Ramondetta Calls for More East Bay Companies to Create Supply Chain Logistics Job Opportunities

Silicon Valley is known as the hub of technology. San Francisco is known as a hub for just about everything else. The East Bay, on the other hand, is a hidden gem when it comes to jobs of the future. Our president, Lou Ramondetta, recently took part in a tour of the...
How to Stay HIPAA Compliant When Recycling Hard Drives

How to Stay HIPAA Compliant When Recycling Hard Drives

As doctors and hospitals are increasingly pushed in the direction of digitizing patient data, moving records to digital media and making data available to digital access points, that data becomes less—not more—secure. Thanks to HIPAA rules and laws, there are strict...
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