Raleigh Hard Drive Destruction Services
The amount of information and data that businesses keep on computer hard drives nowadays is unprecedented in history. Now more than ever, it’s vital that a hard drive destruction service be used whenever a hard drive has reached its end-of-life. This is the only way to ensure that confidential and highly sensitive emails, invoices, budgetary numbers and internal documents aren’t accessed by outside individuals.
It’s Not Enough To Just Erase Data
It’s not enough to simply erase information from a drive and expect that the data cannot be accessed. Once files have been erased on a drive, they can still be accessed by an individual skilled in information retrieval. Even if the drive is formatted, some of the information may still be accessible. Hard drive shredding is the only solution that guarantees information is not accessible from outsiders after your computer is discarded.
Raleigh On-Site Hard Drive Destruction
PROSHRED® Raleigh hard drive destruction services and mobile hard drive shredding services can guarantee proper destruction of hard drives before being discarded. Our hard drive destruction professionals will arrive at your facility and destroy your end-of-life hard drives. PROSHRED® Raleigh also offers professional hard drive shredding service if you want to witness the destruction process take place. This on site hard drive destruction can happen on-location at your facility, so you can watch your hard drives being destroyed. You will also receive a detailed certificate of destruction that shows the date and the time the hard drive was picked up.
E-Waste Recycling & Legislation Compliance
PROSHRED® Raleigh understands that your business is a committed to environmental stewardship as much as we are. That’s why we make sure that each shredded hard drive is sent to a recycling facility that specializes in electronics and metal. Even computer monitors are safely disposed of with no landfill! We send electronic waste only to recycling partners who are certified to comply with federal and state electronic waste regulations, and only after your hard drives have been property destroyed.