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Data security services for MENA markets

Records and information management solutions provider InfoFort introduces new Secure Data Destruction service

As companies deploy new technology into their organisations, they are faced with the problem of what to do with their old and outdated IT assets (such as servers, PCs, laptops, DLTs, LTOs, CDs, DVDs, flash memories and smart phones).

Be it data security, safety, confidentiality, legislation or environmental policies, it is no longer safe or acceptable for companies to throw out old technology or pass them to third parties.


“The world has entered an information industrial revolution of sorts,” said Abed Shaheen, Managing Director of InfoFort. “For the first time, organisations across the world are collectively producing far more information than anyone is able to store.


“While new filtering techniques are helping to determine what information is worth keeping, an even bigger emerging question is what to do with the information that isn’t - and this is where InfoFort steps in.”

 

Security and disposal


InfoFort's secure data destruction service offers data security and disposal of retired IT assets in line with industry best practice, international security standards and with full commitment to the environment.


InfoFort utilises recognised recycling methods that guarantee zero landfill, zero incineration and process all materials in an eco-friendly manner, while maximising the re-use of all components.


“In an age in which data can be stored physically, electronically, locally or on a cloud network, managing information has never been more challenging”.

Concluded Shaheen. “We are therefore extremely delighted to announce plans to introduce this new innovative secure data destruction service to our growing portfolio of solutions and we are confident that it will add great value and satisfy the growing data security and sustainability needs for our clients.”

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