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Identity Theft: Protect Yourself From The Danger

Identity Theft: Protect Yourself From The Danger

Every year, as many as 10% of the US population fall victim to identity theft. When recycling your old computer, it is essential to delete your data safely to ensure you’re not passing on your personal information to someone else. Here are five ways that computer...

Computer Recycling Protects Your Business Reputation

Computer Recycling Protects Your Business Reputation

Your Business Reputation Protecting your business reputation is essential for the success and growth of your company, particularly for small and medium-sized enterprises (SME). If you have old or outdated computers that need disposing of, it’s vital to use a...

Hard Drive Shredding Service

Hard Drive Shredding Service

In recent times an increasing number of companies and corporations have reported that they have experienced a serious data breach, often exposing the personal data of hundreds of thousands of customers, suppliers, and clients. One of the ways to reduce the risk of...

Five Important IT Asset Disposal Procedures

Five Important IT Asset Disposal Procedures

Protect Your Business From Data Breaches In the past few years, we have seen major companies losing control of their data, often by hackers getting into their computer networks, but businesses are also vulnerable when disposing of their old or obsolete IT assets. The...

Why Computer Recycling is Important

Why Computer Recycling is Important

Obsolescence and Computer Recycling With increased evolution in technology, most people have advanced to new computers and want to get rid of the old models. This is because the old computers have now become obsolete and slow and this is not what you need in this...

What is IT Asset Disposition (ITAD)

What is IT Asset Disposition (ITAD)

What is IT Asset Disposition (ITAD)? Eventually, all electronic devices come to the end of their useful life. The question is when you arrive at that point, what do you do with them? It is not environmentally responsible to throw them into the trash, where they will...

E-Waste Recycling

E-Waste Recycling

Today, we are used to sorting most of our recyclable waste: plastic or cardboard packaging, cans and glassware, paper and newspapers, cardboard, etc. But what about electrical and electronic goods? Collectively, these are referred to as e-waste and they need to be...

What is a Certificate of Data Destruction?

What is a Certificate of Data Destruction?

A Certificate of Data Destruction is an audit document that guarantees that all of  your confidential information on hard drives, tapes, disks, or other media has been destroyed so thoroughly that even advanced forensic techniques will not be able to recover it. The...

Why Electronics Recycling is Important

Why Electronics Recycling is Important

Responsible Electronics Recycling With advances in electronics technology, the life-cycle of devices is becoming ever shorter. Most people get a new cell phone every couple of years and computers are replaced about every four or five years. That invites the question...

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