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To Shred or to Erase? That is the Question.

As you prepare to decommission your I.T. equipment, one of the most important tasks ahead of you is the proper destruction of confidential data and information. This is an essential security measure you must take to prevent hackers from accessing valuable information about your company, even if said information is latent or outdated. But which […]

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When Should You Consider a Data Center Hard Drive Refresh?

At Keystone Technology Management, we work with each client to help meet their specific needs. One of the ways we do this is through the customization of our data center hard drive refresh. But how do you know when it’s time to finally start the refreshing process? Today, we’re going to break down a few […]

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Why Should You Sell Your Used I.T. Networking Equipment?

Every business owner understands that technology will never stop evolving, and in order for your company to thrive in the long term, you need to stay up-to-date with your I.T. networking equipment. But what to do with all of your used I.T. hardware once you’ve decided it’s time to upgrade? Will it just sit there […]

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What Should My Business Do With Old Hard Drives?

As a leading provider of hard disk shredding in New York and the surrounding states, Keystone Technology Management understands the gravity of sensitive information access. In today’s world, businesses and organizations simply can’t risk classified data stored on hard drives finding its way into the wrong hands. As such, proper hard drive data destruction is […]

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Complete Data Destruction: Advantages of the Blancco Security Suite

When your I.T. systems or data systems require an upgrade, one of your business’s most significant concerns should be data destruction. If your systems are full of personal, medical, financial, or other sensitive information, the equipment and software must be thoroughly cleansed to eliminate the risk of the data falling into the wrong hands. Lifted […]

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The Responsible Recycling Practices Standard (R2:2013) Certification Explained

Although concern for the health of our planet has grown by leaps and bounds since Rachel Carson published Silent Spring in 1962, over the past decade, the concerns have reached critical levels. While there are debates over the existence of Climate Change, it cannot be argued that pollution and the improper disposal of waste, chemicals, […]

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Why‌ ‌Keystone‌ ‌Technology‌ ‌Management‌ ‌Should‌ ‌Be‌ ‌Your‌ ‌First‌ ‌Choice‌ ‌for‌ ‌Data‌ ‌Destruction‌ ‌Services‌

Whether you are looking for new data equipment or you need to dispose of old data safely and securely without risk of a data breach, there is no better service available for Philadelphia, NJ, and NY companies than the certified data destruction services by Keystone Technology Management. When it comes to the protection of clients’ […]

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Why Proper Data Destruction is Crucial in Healthcare

Handling patients’ confidential personal information has always been a crucial aspect of working in healthcare, but the world has changed dramatically since the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, or HIPAA, was enacted in 1996. Cybersecurity wasn’t much of an issue back then, but now, the threat of electronic hacking, identity theft, and credit fraud […]

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Why E-Waste Recycling is Important

As one of the leading data destruction services in New Jersey and throughout the Northeast region, we help businesses safeguard their most valuable asset: their customers’ confidential information. In a world full of costly cybersecurity breaches and rampant identity theft, we take our role as a certified, trustworthy, HIPAA-compliant technology management resource very seriously. But […]

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When is it Time to Replace Outdated I.T. Equipment?

No matter the industry, keeping your business viable in the marketplace requires keeping up-to-date with technology, to some extent. At the same time, technology upgrades can be expensive, and most business owners already have full plates when it comes to budget-related concerns. When should you invest in new I.T. equipment, and when is it OK […]

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