The Efficiencies of NIST-Compliant Data Sanitization

Posted by Carol Judson on December 19, 2018

More isn’t always better, and that can apply to how your company securely disposes of end-of-life data bearing IT assets. This is particularly relevant in reference to how the data is wiped, i.e., sanitized. A little bit of history can explain why the best solution for most companies today has changed.

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Topics: What's New in ITAD, Certification and Compliance

2018 Industry Highlights, and What's In Store for 2019

Posted by John McLeod on December 18, 2018

The year 2018 is a landmark year -- not only for Sipi Asset Recovery, but for our entire industry -- as well as all facets of data security. The market for IT asset disposition is gaining strength and has become more of a core focus than ever before. Many factors have driven this and will continue to drive this trend.

What drove our industry in 2018

Technological advancements in data storage are forever altering the playing field, and

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Topics: What's New in ITAD, Industry and Market News, Perspectives

What New Storage Technology Means For The Future Of Secure IT Destruction

Posted by John McLeod on December 13, 2018

At Sipi Asset Recovery, data is a central part of what we do. Specifically, how we help our clients protect their brand, ensure that data is securely destroyed at the right time, and keep costs low while returning as much value as we can.

But the storage landscape is changing, and it’s changing fast. This means that companies are encountering new challenges when it comes to how those drives can and should be handled, from data security to end-of-lifecycle destruction.

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Topics: The Asset Lifecycle, What's New in ITAD, Secure Data Destruction

Will e-waste regulations catch up to reality?

Posted by Sipi Asset Recovery on September 20, 2017

It's already known that the large amount of waste generated from electronic devices poses security and ecological concerns around the world. However, government legislation in this area has been slow to adapt to the most pressing threats related to e-waste. That leaves IT asset disposition companies - and the clients they serve - in a position to lead the way toward the adoption of more secure and environmentally friendly methods of device disposal.

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Topics: What's New in ITAD