Cybercrunch November 2017 Newsletter

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How to Recycle and Keep Your Data Safe

November 15th is America Recycles Day. Millions of people across the country will help raise awareness about the importance of recycling. We here at CyberCrunch look forward to celebrating and practicing what we “preach” in our office when it comes to recycling.

There are several things your company can do to keep America beautiful and promote responsible recycling! Here are some of our ideas:

Educate your Staff on the Importance of Recycling – The first step to do is show your employees the importance of recycling. Create a list of facts detailing how much waste is generated in offices every day. Place this info near wastebaskets and recycling receptacles. Stress environmental concerns on the list. You can also do simple things in the office like minimize paper use and use BPA-free reusable water bottles.

CyberCrunch can help you safely recycle. Here are some ways we can work together:

Find a Secure Recycler – An experienced recycler can provide safe, secure electronics recycling and data destruction solutions. CyberCrunch specializes in safe electronics recycling and on and offsite data destruction services that will permanently destroy all data. ITAD services are an affordable way to dispose of outdated electronics. Our unique process is landfill-free and completely secure.

Find or Host a Recycling Event – Host a recycling event in your area or find an existing one and take part. There are thousands of America Recycles Day events being held around the country. Let CyberCrunch help you host your event. If you’re not in the Pittsburgh or Aston, PA metro area reach out to us and we’ll tell you how we can help.

Make Recycling Fun for Your Employees – Get your team of colleagues to go green and recycle. Here are fun ideas to get your employees to join in and recycle more often.

Are the Old Computers Piled in Your Office Safe?

Some businesses are reluctant to part ways with their obsolete equipment. The thinking is that sensitive business information could fall into the wrong hands. But the truth is that, the computers are more dangerous to your data security just sitting there in the closet. Washington State University learned a costly lesson when hard drives in a storage facility were stolen and personal student information was compromised. IT Asset Disposition (ITAD) is the business of safe, responsible management of obsolete or unwanted electronics. We can help you safely get rid of the equipment and help offset the cost of new equipment. CyberCrunch offers businesses an easy, affordable way to dispose of outdated electronics that are taking up space.