If your business or company is ready to retire old computers, simply deleting the information off these computers is not enough. Sensitive information such as emails, budgetary numbers, invoices, and personal information are still stored on the hard drive. The only way to completely ensure that this information will be untraceable is to use data destruction. There are a number of different types of data destruction services that are offered. However, one of the most reliable ways to completely destroy data is by shredding the hard drive. Companies that need this service are those who do not plan on reusing or giving away their old computers. This is the best way to ensure your information will not resurface in the wrong hands.
If hard drive shredding sounds right for you, consider getting onsite data destruction. This means that the company you hire will come directly to your place of business and destroy the data on site. This is a huge appeal to many because you can keep track of your computers the whole time so you know that none of your information will be at risk. Off-site companies simply pack up your computers and drive away, leaving you unsure of what is happening in the process. With on-site hard drive shredding companies, they will keep you in the loop from start to finish. In fact, you can even witness the data process if you so choose. That way, you can know for certain that your data has not been breached. It is also easier then having to drop off equipment yourself to a third party data destruction company. Why make the trip when a company is willing to come to you?
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On-Site Hard Drive Shredding
When you're ready to get rid of a computer, sensitive information such as emails, budgetary numbers, invoices, and personal information are still stored on the hard drive. Secure hard-drive destruction is needed to fully protect your private information.
9856 Baldwin Place
El Monte, CA
If you have been keeping up with the latest data security news, you might have heard about the importance of data destruction. Data destruction is when you completely destroy the data that is stored on hard disks, tape or other forms of electronic media such as hard drives. This is is important because even if you delete files from a hard drive for example, the files are still readable. What data is destroyed through a certified company, the data becomes unreadable.
If you are thinking about getting data destroyed think about what information is being stored in the data. If the data includes personal and identifying information of employees or clients it may be a good idea to get the data destroyed. Essentially, you do not want any identifying information to get into the wrong hands. By simply throwing away old pieces of technology that has data stored on it, you are putting others at risk because you never know where your old pieces of technology will end up if you throw them away.
At West Coast Computer Recycler, you can trust professionals to completely destroy any data from storage media. Some of the pieces of technology that they can wipe clean include hard drives, RAM sticks, CD/DVDs, cassette tapes, USB thumb drives, portable devices, laptops and more. WCrecycler also offers off site destruction. This means that they will make it easy on you by picking up the data that you would like to be destroyed. After they pick it up, it will securely be taken back to the offsite location where your products are recorded so that you can then be given a Certificate of Assured Destruction. After this, your products are then shredded and recycled and all data is destroyed. WCrecycler is also certified by the US Environmental Protection Agency. If you are looking for data destruction services in Los Angeles, West Coast Computer Recycler is the company for you!
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Data Destruction In Los Angeles
Data Destruction is so important to your company as well as your customers. If your data includes personal and identifying information of employees or clients it may be a good idea to get the data destroyed.
9856 Baldwin Place
El Monte, CA