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Computer Recycling

10
Mar

Solid State Device Wiping Solution

TechR2 Mobile Device Wiping Assemblies have 64 bit, Intel Core I5 Wiping Computers with powered hubs along with individual cables for ease of hook up to each portable piece of equipment. Each TechR2 technician can perform data erasure on many Android tablets or iOS mobile devices simultaneously.

8
Apr

Protecting your brand: Stolen data from drives and media can hurt you

It’s important to have a system in place to destroy sensitive data onsite as soon as a device is retired or a hard drive fails. Drives filled with sensitive data that are left in accessible areas of a business are vulnerable to disgruntled employees as well as visitors.

14
Mar

IT Asset Disposal and Recycling

“IT Hardware Recycling Remains an Orphaned Function in Most Enterprises”- International Data Corporation (press release 9/13/12)

Who is responsible? IT, Security, Procurement, Legal, Business Unit Manager, Human Resources, Other?

14
Mar

Risk vs. Cost: The Truth Behind Free Computer Recycling

As the technology recycling industry continues to grow, you begin to see a flood of new and existing businesses now offering these types of services. A recent trend has seen many of these businesses offering to recycle old computers and other IT assets at no cost. While this is great for their bottom line, this leaves the door wide open to risks such as data breaches and potential fines from local and state governments.

14
Mar

Responsible IT Asset Recycling

Recent studies show that more than 1/3 of companies do not practice responsible IT Asset recycling. Proper IT asset disposal is more than just tossing out your old computers. It should be a security tactic, a measure of compliance, a part of your green initiatives, and also a tool that can add financial value to depreciated assets. IT asset disposal is more than just an obligation that companies have, it is a responsibility that should be taken seriously.

14
Mar

The Simplest Way for you to Comply with Data Destruction Standards

Data destruction is tricky, and complying with industry standards and federal regulations can be a headache for business owners who have many aspects of business to manage.

The best way to ensure your compliance with ever-changing regulations and to keep your business safe from growing threats to data security is to implement a consistent solution that doesn’t require special skills. This way, every member of your team can be responsible for their own data security.

14
Mar

Electronics Recycling: Why Should I Recycle?

Electronics Recycling: Why Should I Recycle? Part One of our new Tuesday series on recycling electronics is dedicated to the individual, and how recycling your personal electronics can help the environment. According to the Consumer Electronics

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