Monthly Archives: November 2011

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Computer disposal in Surrey

By |November 21st, 2011|

There are a number of computer disposal companies working in the surrey area. However most of them are what you might call scrap metal merchants. It is one of the most affluent counties in the UK and hence there is a significant computer disposal volume each month. The risk of a serious data protection breach […]

IT Disposal Issues at the Start up Exhibition Earls Court

By |November 18th, 2011|

Considering the potential loss of data that is possible from third parties managing your system there was host of IT Services companies at the Start up British Business Exhibition at Earls Court today. I had a walk round and there is full system management, web management systems, web site building and everything in between being […]

Computer Disposal Company has its AATF approval suspended

By |November 17th, 2011|

TLC a WEEE recycling company in Leads has had its AATF approval from the Environment Agency removed as of the 4th of November 2011.

The Environment Agency spokesperson has confirmed that there is an ongoing investigation into operations of the business regarding the terms and conditions of accreditation.

This could potentially cause disruption to some of the […]

Computer Disposal at Tesco | IT Recycling

By |November 14th, 2011|

TESCO has joined the WEEE recycling industry with a scheme at 200 stores nationwide, customers will be able to bring their small and medium sized WEEE to the store and receive gift cards or ClubCard points in exchange.

The TESCO Extra stores are now accepting computers and TVs etc this does not include the larger kitchen […]

IT Disposal & Computer Recycling for The City of London

By |November 11th, 2011|

Terabyter IT Disposal is in close proximity to the City of London and we offer a full range of computer recycling and secure data destruction services. There are a range of possible options for the business and organisations in and around the city to take advantage of. There is On Site disposal service whereby our […]

Terabyter IT Disposal for Greater London

By |November 9th, 2011|

There is only a small number of ways to ensure that you computer are properly recycled or more specifically there is only a small number of ways that your confidential data can be securely destroyed.

There is the over writing of the devices and this will allow you to use the machines again or possibly give […]

Computer Disposal will be the least of your worries when the Terabyters arrive!

By |November 8th, 2011|

The Futurist Tomas Frey claims there is a new phenomenon whereby geeks with the capability to capture massive amounts of data are beginning to emerge. He is calling this; The Coming of the Terabyters’ It seems that the terabyte is coming faster than we assumed and it will have a impact on all of us.

We […]

Terabyter IT Disposal should perhaps go down to Richmond and offer our services

By |November 4th, 2011|

Computer Disposal and Secure Data Destruction would suit Vince Cable being as he is in hot water again – this time because of his constituency office dumping confidential data in recycling bags. This is a ongoing problem with the Government, I mean how long ago since Oliver Letwin was dumping data in the park bins. […]

Computer Disposal, and mitigating the risks | IT Disposal

By |November 3rd, 2011|

Computer disposal seems routine and most people are only vaguely aware of the risk to their organisations’ or personal reputations, and in some cases not just their reputations but their liberty when dealing with information that is either commercially sensitive,: for example in the case of company IP (Intellectual Property), new products information that sort […]

A call by Sir Alan Beith to jail data crooks could have consequences for IT Disposal

By |November 2nd, 2011|

Sir Alan Beith the Chairman of the Justice Committee has been looking at the issue of data theft and the impact it has on victims. Sir Alan highlighted the fact that monetary gain is much greater than the penalty – which is a relatively low fine. In one case where a nurse was providing her […]