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Irish IT retirement company returns 2m to clients

Written by Robert McHugh, on 13th Mar 2018. Posted in Technology

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It was announced last week that Irish secure IT retirement company, AMI, returned €2 million to its clients in 2017. The funds were generated through the recycling, refurbishment and resale of data-bearing items, including 23,324 PCs and laptops, collected from AMI’s clients as part of their IT retirement process.
 
AMI’s client-base includes one quarter of Ireland’s 200 largest IT user organisations, including data centres, banks, blue-chip corporations and government departments. The company specialises in providing secure IT retirement services that can help its customers to generate revenue back from the safe disposal of their old IT assets. 
 
Last year, the company data sanitised 371,639 data-bearing items, destroying data from equipment using its Blancco data erasure software.

Speaking last week, Managing Director at AMI, Philip McMichael said, "We’re delighted to have been able to return €2 million to our clients in 2017, and we hope to improve on this figure again in 2018. Irish companies are gradually awakening to the importance of ensuring that their old IT equipment is correctly retired at the end-of-life stage, to minimise the risk of a potentially serious and harmful data breach."

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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