JUNE 1, 2012ADMINCOMPUTER DISPOSAL, COMPUTER RECYCLING, COMPUTER REUSE, COMPUTER SECURITY, IT
DISPOSAL, UNCATEGORIZED, WEEE RECYCLING
When it comes to clearing out an office, some of the most valuable equipment to dispose of is the Cisco kit; switches, routers, hubs etc.
If you have any used Cisco switches to dispose of simply call us to see if we can remove it for you and – depending on the model and condition – we should be able to give you a great rebate on it so you recover some of its value.
We can also remove the rest of the redundant computer equipment, ensuring the data on the computers is securely erased and becasue we promote the reuse of equipment we minimise the environmental impact of IT disposal.
Contact us now to sell your used Cisco kit!
Disk-Demolition.co.uk added to Friends of the Earth Scotland “Green Business Links” JUNE 1, 2012ADMINCOMPUTER DISPOSAL, COMPUTER RECYCLING, COMPUTER REUSE, FREE COMPUTER
RECYCLING, IT DISPOSAL0
We are delighted that we have been added to the Friends of the Earth Scotland website under their Green Business Links section Friends of the Earth Scotland Green Business Links
Friends of the Earth Scotland is Scotland’s leading environmental campaigning organisation, an independent Scottish charity with a network of thousands of supporters and active local groups across Scotland.
They are part of the largest grassroots environmental network in the world, uniting over 2 million supporters, 77 national member groups, and some 5,000 local activist groups – covering every continent.
We share Friends of the Earth Scotland’s view that everybody has a duty to protect and improve the environment, and we believe that our commitment to a Zero Landfill Policy while maximising the reuse of disposed computers and IT equipment all helps to protect our natural resources and ensure the world is a better place to live in – now and for the future.
Free Home PC Security software:
JUNE 1, 2012ADMINCOMPUTER SECURITY, DATA PROTECTION, INFORMATION SECURITY0 Although our business is data destruction and the destruction of computer hard drives and CDs, this is security required at the end of a computer’s life, but what about securing your PC during its useful working life?
We all know that anti-virus programmes are important (search for ‘AVG Free’ if you need a free one) but just as important is to make sure that all the programmes you have running on your PC are up to date and supported by their developer.
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Disk-Demolition.co.uk is now an Affiliate Member of ADISA JUNE 1, 2012ADMINCOMPUTER DISPOSAL, COMPUTER RECYCLING, COMPUTER SECURITY, DATA DESTRUCTION, INFORMATION SECURITY, IT DISPOSAL, WEEE RECYCLING0 We are delighted to announce that Disk-Demolition.co.uk is now an Affiliate Member of ADISA – the Asset Disposal and Information Security Alliance (www.adisa.org.uk).
ADISA is an organisation that acts as an information hub and exchange for companies who are involved in the asset disposal industry and is a promoter of industry best practice. We are extremely pleased to be involved with ADISA and this ties in with our philosophy of doing things properly: secure, legal and responsible IT disposal.
New Sky Undelete Feature – how does it work?
JUNE 1, 2012ADMINCOMPUTER DISPOSAL, COMPUTER SECURITY, DATA DESTRUCTION, DATA PROTECTION,
INFORMATION SECURITY, IT ASSET DISPOSAL, IT DISPOSAL0
You’ve probably seen the recent TV and billboard adverts with Jonathan Ross promoting the new Sky+HD Undelete feature, but how does it work?
This is a really clever new feature of the Sky+ boxes and it might seem like some fancy new technology but in reality it is not – that’s just the way computer hard disk drives work.
Every Sky+ box contains a hard drive and that’s what records your favourite TV programs – just like the data on a computer. And just like a computer, pressing the delete button on your Sky box does not actually delete the recorded program – it just removes the index to that program and tells the box that there is now free space on the hard drive.
This is exactly the same as deleting a file from your computer – it is not actually removed from the hard disk. Granted, it is not as simple to retrieve as using Sky’s ‘undelete’ button but it is fairly simple if you know how.
That’s why it is important to properly securely erase the data on computer hard drives when they are disposed of, and that’s where we can help. Simply contact us now to find out more.
Equipment we dispose of – computers, WEEE, monitors…
JUNE 1, 2012ADMINCOMPUTER DISPOSAL, COMPUTER RECYCLING, COMPUTER SECURITY, DATA DESTRUCTION, IT DISPOSAL, WEEE RECYCLING0 We often get asked exactly what we will remove from customer sites for legal and responsible recycling. Not only do we provide secure, certified data destruction services (on or off customer sites) but we can also remove and dispose of many items of redundant IT/WEEE equipment, such as:
- Desktop computers, laptops, servers, notebooks
- Monitors – both TFT/LCD and CRT (old style)
- Keyboards, mice and other peripherals
- Network equipment – switches, routers, hubs
- Telephony equipment – telephones and systems
- Network and server cabinets
- All types of cables
- All electronic waste (WEEE Disposal)
- Scanners, printers, fax machines
We collect from sites throughout Glasgow and Scotland and through our extensive network of partners throughout the rest of the UK.
All it takes is a phone call to arrange the collection of your redundant computers and make sure they are disposed of legally, securely and responsibly.
Full Asset Reports of Removed Redundant IT Equipment JUNE 1, 2012ADMINCOMPUTER DISPOSAL, COMPUTER RECYCLING, COMPUTER REUSE, COMPUTER SECURITY, DATA DESTRUCTION, FREE COMPUTER RECYCLING, IT DISPOSAL, WEEE RECYCLING0
We can provide full Asset Reports of all the equipment we remove to help you manage your assets. Onsite Computer Data Destruction
Once your equipment has been processed we will send you an Asset Report that shows the serial numbers and details of all computers removed so you can track your assets, update your own asset management database and ensure traceability of your disposed computer equipment.
This is in addition to our comprehensive Certificates of Destruction that provide serial number identification of all hard disk drives that have been securely destroyed.
All of this adds to the complete IT Asset Disposal service that we offer and sets us apart from some computer recyclers.
Simply contact us now to see how we can assist with the secure disposal of your redundant IT equipment.
Simple data destruction solutions, simple pricing JUNE 1, 2012ADMINCOMPUTER RECYCLING, COMPUTER SECURITY, DATA DESTRUCTION0 We aim to make the whole process of disposing of redundant IT equipment and removing computers for recycling as simple and efficient as possible, with the minimum disruption to the customer. When the time comes to dispose of old computers you want the process to be quick and efficient. We will collect redundant computers, WEEE and IT equipment and issue a Waste Transfer Note right there and then.
The old computers are then taken to our secure premises where the hard drives are removed and destroyed, with Certificates of Destruction emailed to customers as soon as the hard disks are processed. This data destruction can of course take place on customer sites to meet individual security policies and we operate a simple per-unit pricing – customers are simply charged for each hard drive destroyed.
One of our key environmental aspirations is to maximise the amount of redundant equipment that is reused, and in many cases we can use the value of equipment to offset costs resulting in free recycling collections for customers, offering very cost-effective IT disposal: great for customers and great for the environment.
Computer Reycling Amnesty for Recycle Week and Cash For Kids JUNE 1, 2012ADMINCOMPUTER DISPOSAL, COMPUTER RECYCLING, COMPUTER REUSE, FREE COMPUTER RECYCLING, IT DISPOSAL, WEEE RECYCLING0 We’re delighted to be involved with Recycle Week, a national campaign organised by Zero Waste Scotland to promote recycling to members of the public. Our facility will be open late on weekdays during the week of 18th – 24th June and all day at the weekend to allow people to drop off their computers for secure data destruction and recycling. Cash For Kids
And for every computer that is dropped off we’ll be making a donation to Cash For Kids!!!