E-Waste Security El Segundo Office

El Segundo, CA – Hard Drive Shredding Hard Disk Drive Destruction and IT Asset Disposition Firm E-Waste Security Opens New Office in El SegundoExpanding its services in Southern California, in October 2016, E-Waste Security of Irvine, Calif. opened new offices in El Segundo, Calif. This puts it close to more than 10 large data centers, including Equinix, CenturyLink, T 5 Data Center, Fortress Data Centers and Digital Realty Data Center. The firm, founded in 2012, also sports
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eWaste Recycling and Secure Data Destruction – Know the Basics

The economy is picking up. Business is getting better. You finally have the budget for a computer refresh. Once the heavy lifting of your refresh is done, you will presumably be left with the proverbial bone yard of relic monitors, printers, desktops, laptops, and servers. So what now? What to do with your used computer equipment is an easily overlooked step in the IT refresh process. Do you resell? Donate? Recycle? Moreover, what you do with those used
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Hillary Clinton Campaign Shreds Server Hard Drives

Reports show that the Hillary Clinton campaign has made payments to a data destruction company for computer and server hard drive shredding services. Does destroying digital media, such as computer hard drives, in of itself indicate nefarious activity or a cover up? Absolutely not, it shows the Hillary Clinton campaign is being responsible with their personal and private data. Computer hard drive destruction – more importantly the personal data it holds- is becoming as standard as shredding
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Employees And IT Recycling Pose A Threat To Data Security

Data Security: insiders and IT recycling pose a threat to corporate data Mention network security and the first thing that comes to mind is the image of international hackers stealing corporate data and customer information. But according to a recent survey of hundreds of cybersecurity professionals, organizations need to pay just as much attention to the threats that are within their walls as they do to ones from anonymous outsiders. The survey, which was conducted by Information
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