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IT Recycling vs Re-Using: Getting the Most of Your Equipment [INFOGRAPHIC]

IT Recycling vs Re-Using When your equipment gets to the end of its IT lifecycle or when a tech refresh leaves IT assets unused, organizations look for the most secure, ethical, and sustainable solution for retiring hardware while maximizing investment returns. So which is the better option for your equipment: to re-use or recycle? Re-Using IT [...]

Unlocking the Value of Responsible ITAD for the Enterprise

As we go further along into the technological era, proper ITAD or IT Asset Disposition should be an integral part of every organization. After all, with the growing sophistication of IT hardware and with companies allocating significant IT budgets for hardware spending, a lot of planning should also be put into the disposal of millions of metric tons [...]

The Benefits of Certified Data Destruction

Your hardware is moving out of your data center and you need to send out for recycling and proper disposal. However, before you can get started, you need to make sure your data is securely wiped or destroyed. With companies needing their internal IT teams focused on more strategic tasks, and because they need a certificate of data [...]

Data Destruction vs Data Erasure: To Shred or Not to Shred

Security doesn’t end when your hardware does. As you prepare to decommission equipment, you need to plan for your data security. Do you destroy the latent data or erase it? You must continue security best practices beyond the lifecycle use of your physical equipment. And the most critical part of that is deciding what to do with your [...]

The Data Security Benefits of On-Site Data Destruction

There is no “out of sight; out of mind” when it comes to latent data. In the age of breaches, companies can’t take risks when it comes to data security and data destruction. Dispose of your hardware without properly sanitizing the drives first, and you leave your company open, not only to data breaches, but also to heavy [...]

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