Rely on us to securely destroy your hard drives, flash drives, backup tapes, and other E-Media. .
Information Technology Asset Disposition, often referred to as ITAD, involves repurposing or recycling technological equipment. Items suitable for ITAD can include laptops, smartphones, servers, and other products that are unused, unwanted, or obsolete.
At Shred South, our experienced team partners with ITAD providers for businesses throughout North Carolina. Whether you have 10 hard drives or a server room full of 100 to thousands of hard drives, we can assist with the destruction securely and efficiently. Our equipment can efficiently capture all serial numbers and destroy up to 1,500 hard drives per hour. We even have specialized equipment to destroy M2 SSD cards and flash media.
Since 2005, our NAID-certified company has been offering hard drive and E-media destruction services in an effort to keep our clients’ information private and secure. We understand the importance of keeping digital information secure and are here to help ensure obsolete devices are completely destroyed beyond retrieval. When you work with our trustworthy team, you can be confident your private data will never end up in the wrong hands.
If you need to destroy outdated hard drives or E media within your business, simply give us a call today. We’d be happy to provide you with a customized quote based on your specific needs and the amount of materials you’d like us to destroy. We look forward to speaking with you about your needs!
At Shred South, we are an ITAD partner serving clients throughout North Carolina, including Statesville, Raleigh, High Point, Charlotte, Monroe, Matthews, Concord, Kannapolis, Salisbury, Lake Norman, Huntersville, Cornelius, Davidson, Mooresville, Troutman, Gastonia, Pineville, Indian Trail, Lincolnton, Mt. Holly, Hickory, Newton, Conover, Lenior, Boone, Wilkesboro, Banner Elk, Elkin, Morganton, Greensboro, Winston-Salem, Kernersville, Mocksville, Clemmons, Advance, Lexington, Thomasville, King, Durham, Chapel Hill, Cary, Burlington, Elon, and Mebane.
FAQs About ITAD
In today’s digital world, Information Technology Asset Disposition, ITAD, is a crucial service for business owners to consider. At Shred South, our team is an ITAD partner, assisting you with the destruction of outdated technological devices that you’ve cleared and prepared for disposal. Our team is certified through NAID for data destruction services compliance, as well as trained in the latest rules and regulations regarding data protection laws. Some of the most asked questions we get about our ITAD services are listed below.
What is ITAD, and why is it important for businesses?
ITAD stands for Information Technology Asset Disposition. It’s the process of properly disposing of and managing end-of-life IT assets, such as computers, servers, and mobile devices. ITAD is crucial for businesses because it ensures data security, environmental responsibility, and compliance with regulations while maximizing the value of obsolete IT equipment. Once IT professionals have cleared your data, our team can properly dispose of your devices.
Are there regulations governing ITAD, and what is the importance of compliance?
Yes, various regulations, such as GDPR and HIPAA, require proper ITAD practices to protect sensitive data. Compliance ensures that businesses adhere to legal requirements, mitigating the risk of fines and reputational damage.
What should businesses consider when selecting an ITAD partner?
When choosing an ITAD partner, businesses should consider their experience, certifications, data security practices, environmental responsibility, and their ability to tailor services to the business’s specific needs. When you work with our team, you get years of experience and an attention to detail that goes above and beyond. And as a NAID-certified destruction company, you gain peace of mind knowing the job is completed efficiently.
Is ITAD only for large corporations, or can small businesses benefit from it as well?
ITAD services are beneficial for businesses of all sizes. If you’re curious about what we can do for you, contact our team. We can review all our services, including the role we play in ITAD, so you understand the benefits of working with a team like ours.