A sustainable, Comprehensive
Solution For Your Outdated Devices
Striving to expand the life of your technology
To ensure the maximum productivity of your team, keeping up with ever changing technology is crucial. The question then becomes: What do I do with my outdated tech devices? As you decide to retire your older technology such as laptops, tablets, mobile phones, servers, and networking equipment, getting the maximum value for the devices is prudent. Ensuring any data on these devices are erased or destroyed is equally important. Finally, if any equipment needs to be recycled, making sure eWaste is handled according to environmentally acceptable standards is vital. All of these service components are interconnected. If you are looking for a partner to help make this process simple, you have come to the right place!
The backbone of our TechCycling™ services is innovative technology. Whether it's using our analytic software to provide a quick yet accurate quote or building a custom platform to automate the receipt of thousands of individual shipments or employing AI to predict the value of an OEM's devices years out, we use technology to maximize the value of your end-of-life tech. We are more than just a company that disposes of your decommissioned technology. Our TechCycling™ services are the key to getting you the highest value and running a financially sustainable technology program.
Sometimes protecting your data means destroying it. With fines associated in data breach increasing, it is more important than ever to destroy the data properly when decommissioning devices.
"30% of all Data breaches come from not properly disposing of assets."
Fines can be in the millions. There are many effective methods for destroying data that comply with NIST or DOD standards. Whether you choose On or Off site hard drive shredding, hard drive erasure, or hard drive degaussing, you can be sure your data is securely destroyed.
When a device owned by your company makes its way to a landfill, bad outcomes for your company could be on the horizon: especially if those devices were asset tagged. Companies like Target or Whole Foods have been hit by fines for improperly disposing of eWaste. Taking appropriate measures with your eWaste should be a priority. Our eRecycling partner network consists of R2V3 (Responsible Recycling) certified companies ensuring your devices never make their way to a landfill.
Logistics can be a weak link in the chain, but it doesn't have to be. Complete chain of custody may be paramount to you in your decision making process when choosing a service provider. From GPS tracking, to secure logistics, to box programs, to white glove logistics solutions, Total Technology's partner network and in-house solutions add layers of security and ease to your project.
Serving our customers as an ITAD company
As a core function, an ITAD company expands the life of technology. We only recycle the technology we receive when the device is at true end of life. ITAD stands for IT Asset Disposition, but an ITAD company needs to be an expert at many things to fulfill the needs of its customers. That is why we offer secure data sanitization, a box program for remote workers, and the ability to recycle devices to their core components in addition to our device buyback program.