sponsored by Dell, Inc. and Intel®
Posted:  07 Oct 2009
Published:  07 Oct 2009
Format:  PDF
Length:  2  Page(s)
Type:  Data Sheet
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:
Identity theft, standards compliance, environmental liability – these concerns are increasingly top-of-mind for today’s businesses. From personal financial information to highly confidential health records to corporate intellectual property, business servers, desktops and notebooks across the globe include some of the very most sensitive and proprietary data. Add to this the environmental impact of obsolete equipment, and it's clear that properly disposing computer equipment that has reached the end of its life cycle has never been more important.

To protect your company's assets and reputation in this area, Dell's Asset Recovery Services help ensure that sensitive information does not fall into the wrong hands while also promoting environmental stewardship through our efforts to achieve zero-landfill and zero-export policies. We can provide:

  • Brand Protection – We can help you avoid the negative publicity that comes from a disposal process that goes wrong.
  • Data Security – We can help you protect sensitive data by overwriting readable hard drives though a 3-pass data wipe process and shredding inoperable disks.
  • Environmental Stewardship – Systems with no value are recycled in adherence with local regulatory guidelines such as the EPA and WEEE legislation and waste regulations.





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