With the ability to store vast quantities of information on a single hard drive, servers offer the potential to retain entire records for a corporation let alone it's associated client base.
Stringent control methods should be employed when retiring servers so that data is effectively destroyed.
Our service allows for the removal of and recycling of servers, whether from a small office or an entire data centre. We have the capacity to manage both.
IT-Green offers a thorough, certificated data destruction process, documenting each storage device and the associated method of destruction. We provide our clients with a 7 pass binary wiping service that meets with:
IT-Green offers a final solution for all storage media, incorporating the shredding of optical, solid state and magnetic media.
Where required, the service is able to extend to cover the irrecoverable destruction of Hard Drives.
IT-Green offers an asset retirement service for servers and associated equipment.
Our solutions are designed to eradicate all data contained on:
Our professional service provides the logistics to decommission Racked equipment and dismantle complete server rooms for removal from your premises. Whether it's Pentium, Power PC, floor or rack mounted, we can un bundle, remove and effectively recycle all equipment.
We offer our clients the backing of a fully licensed service. From the point of decommissioning your obsolete servers, to their transportation and recycling, we have all the necessary environmental licenses to cover the physical recovery and separation of precious materials as well as the more hazardous batteries, accumulators and mercury bearing components.
With a professionally qualified workforce, we offer an end to end service that negates the requirement for any third party involvement.
We believe that Security and accountability is of paramount importance to the retention of clients. IT-Green® offers an asset tracking service, covering the disposal of your old servers, from the moment they're loaded onto our vans. The service is backed by full certification at the end of the disposal process.