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Managing Data Properly with Computer Recycling

Monday, May 10, 2021 3:00 AM
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UNION, NJ / ACCESSWIRE / May 10, 2021 / Whether your business is a family operation or an international conglomerate, the importance of keeping your data secure cannot be understated. It is absolutely vital to keeping the bond of trust with your customers, and if information should end up being obtained for nefarious purposes, the potential consequences are far-reaching to the point that it could force some to permanently close their doors. IT professionals put protocols in places to prevent data breaches, but when it comes to computers that have reached end-of-life status, where should you turn to ensure that no scavenging of personal information will happen? You cannot go wrong with the seasoned professionals at a company with decades of experience, like Computer Recycling.

When it comes to data security, we are not without allies. Whether it's internal or external IT staff or our elected officials acting to ensure that hacking is dealt with appropriately through legal channels, it's good to know that we are not alone in this battle. That said, we still have to be certain not to let our guards down. And when it comes to something so important, it's best to leave no stone unturned: choose a company like Computer Recycling that will destroy your data and provide you a Certificate of Destruction to assure you that they stand behind their work.

In short, there is no such thing as a "minor" data breach. Even what seems like just a small amount of data can become highly problematic if it ends up in the wrong hands. We spoke to a representative from Computer Recycling who described what makes them trustworthy.

Documentation
Every state in the country sets its own regulations with regards to how end-of-life electronics are handled, so companies that operate in this sector follow both state & federal standards. Computer Recycling is based in New Jersey which has some of the most rigid laws for e-waste recycling in the nation: you can take comfort in knowing that this, along with their commitment to doing right by the environment, assures proper handling of everything that arrives at their facility.

Processing
Companies that are state-certified recyclers generally write up statements documenting the recycling practices for all new partners that they work with. Especially for larger companies with departments dedicated to auditing, it is this documentation that proves a recycler's experience & ethical operation and thus makes them worthy of consideration as a business partner.

Transparency
If there's one thing that is the foundation for a steady business partnership, it's being able to trust one another and know you have each other's best interests at heart. Computer Recycling offers the option of inventory asset tracking, logging the equipment & serial numbers of everything that they take in for recycling. As their spokesperson put it: "If you do what's right, then you can't go wrong.".

Following these general guidelines will go a long way in establishing a business to win over loyal customers, and Computer Recycling is every bit as committed as you are toward helping you reach that goal.

About Computer Recycling
Computer Recycling Inc. is a leading electronics recycling company committed to helping customers dispose of obsolete or unwanted electronic equipment. Offering a wide range of innovative recycling solutions, our team of industry-leading professionals provides exceptional customer service, flexible storage options, and fair pricing. Using our certified data wiping capabilities, we ensure all sensitive information is removed and that all electronics are disposed of safely and responsibly. For a full list of services please speak to a service representative or visit our official site here.

Contact Information:
Contact: Computer Recycling
Email: [email protected]
Website: computerrecyclinginc.com
Phone: 1-866-509-7267

SOURCE: Computer Recycling

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