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Monthly Archives: February 2014

The Ghosts of Data Past – Data Remanence on HDDs

The Ghosts of Data Past – Data Remanence on HDDs

The terminology used to describe the data destruction process on a hard drive (HDD) – wiping, erasure, etc – can be misleading. Data, in fact, cannot be truly removed from a hard drive. Instead, the ghosts of your data can remain untouched and accessible on your drive, despite changes or deletions made with conventional means.Read more

Avoiding a TCO TKO: Generate Return with End-of-Life IT Disposition

Avoiding a TCO TKO: Generate Return with End-of-Life IT Disposition

The decommissioning process for end-of-life IT assets has a direct impact on your company’s TCO (Total Cost of Ownership). The usual assumption is that the end-of-life IT disposition process does nothing more than incur expenses that increase the TCO of your IT assets. But this is not always the case. How your company handles theRead more

Know Your e-Waste: e-Plastics

Know Your e-Waste: e-Plastics

Plastics are one of the most common types of materials used to manufacture the technology we use on a daily basis. When that technology reaches the end of its useful life, the scrap plastic generated by recycling electronics become one of the most challenging types of materials to manage in the recycling industry. What areRead more

In-House IT Alternatives: Co-lo or the Cloud?

In-House IT Alternatives: Co-lo or the Cloud?

Developing your in-house IT infrastructure is an expensive process. The investment needed to purchase the necessary equipment, find and hire qualified staff, and meet the necessary compliance and certification requirements can very costly. However, there are outsourced solutions that enable companies to scale their current IT infrastructure in a more manageable and cost effective way.Read more

Share the Love: Reusing IT Equipment to Help Others

Share the Love: Reusing IT Equipment to Help Others

You might not realize it, but your company’s old IT equipment gives you a unique corporate opportunity. With a typical disposition policy, the old electronics would be disposed or recycled. But your company’s excess IT equipment gives you the chance to share a little love with others. Rather than disposing or even recycling unwanted technology,Read more

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