DiskShred Returning In Excess Of £230,000 To Clients In Next 12 Months 

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DiskShred has announced the launch of a new service to help companies recover the value of their retired IT equipment. The company expects to return in excess of £229,000 to clients in the next 12 months.

Jeremy Bryan, brand manager, DiskShred
Jeremy Bryan, brand manager, DiskShred

DiskShred specialises in providing secure on-site shredding services to the most security conscious companies, including financial services, data centres and public bodies. While DiskShred previously focused solely on providing on-site data destruction services, the launch of the new service is a direct response to customer demand.

Jeremy Bryan, brand manager, DiskShred, comments: “We approached a number of our customers to discuss their other equipment disposal requirements as well as hard drive shredding.  Our clients have responded well to the opportunity to recover the value of their old IT assets.  We have been able to help them to get cash back from their end-of-life assets, which often enables them to avail of our data destruction and shredding services free of charge.”

Used IT equipment can retain a considerable amount of its value, and this is often true for used equipment from data centres. Even without hard drives, servers and their parts can have value which DiskShred can help its customers to recover.

To establish where value can be returned, DiskShred’s knowledgeable team can conduct an audit of clients’ facilities and advise on equipment where residual value is recoverable. Where there is value, IT assets are transported to DiskShred’s secure facility in the provider’s purpose-built vehicles. DiskShred then assesses the equipment’s market value to find the channel that will capture the highest possible return, with the value passed back to customers.

Jeremy adds, “The addition of this new service to our portfolio will make it even easier for companies to avail of DiskShred’s services and guarantee the lowest risk of a data breach. We provide a return on equipment that can be put towards shredding data bearing equipment.”

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