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What percentage of your old information is safe? 80% of corporate laptops contain sensitive data...Regardless of whether you are building a new multi-million-dollar data center or replacing an old desktop computer, you don’t want to gamble when it comes to accessibility to sensitive data.
Every day, outdated hardware, Licensed software, and copiers are left wallowing in a new technology’s proverbial digital dust.
Yesterday’s latest and greatest swiftly become obscure blips on a business’ IT radar. Incredible new technological discoveries, refinements, and innovations are constantly being birthed. These days, equipment kept out of financial necessity, the worry of lost data, or older integrations, might be preserved for any prolonged amount of time.
The technologies of the past do not magically descend into nothingness once they lose their usefulness in the workplace. Instead, as soon as outdated equipment is unable to provide your business value in an ever changing technological climate, it immediately embraces its new role of security risk. While it might be improbable that your business will constantly be at the cutting edge of daily technological revolutions, it is extremely likely that from time to time you will find the need to upgrade your assets. Regardless of whether you are building a new multi-million-dollar data center or replacing an old desktop computer, you do not want to gamble when it comes to accessibility to sensitive data. CORRecycling, Inc at 739 3rd Ave. Grand Junction Colorado 81501 minimizes data theft risk by adding another layer or data protection through their professional Electronics Recycling and IT asset disposition and data distruction services.
Haughn notes that the most successful businesses strive to achieve a balance between, “minimizing costs and maximizing recouping of losses.” Figuring out the most efficient way to get rid of old equipment is a key element of achieving such a balance and this is where CORRecycling shines. Haughn also brings attention to the fact that “Businesses have a heavy replacement cycle of IT equipment.” When your business has dated equipment that has seen better days the question of what to do with it becomes more immediately pressing. Should you recycle it? Can you resell it? Would it be cost effective to re-purpose it somehow? Or in the end do you just need to throw it away?
University of Mississippi Medical Center to pay $2.75 million HIPAA breach settlement.The Office for Civil Rights said that UMMC was aware of security risks as far back as April 2005 but did not take appropriate action. Schedule a pick at my business today
By: Szamor Williams
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