Absolutely you can, let us explain how & why. We fully understand that End-User clients will stipulate which Data Erasure methods and certifications (CPA, Common Criteria, DIPCOG, TUV, NATO, ADISA etc.) to be used. Some may even demand a specific software vendor. It’s a minefield for customers, understanding what is current or historic, best practice or not and what is legally required. OK, so let’s see how ITAD’s can compliment or in some cases replace some of today’s model with innovative & clever technology.
ADISA is the only body to certify erasure on Solid State Drives (SSD) as part of their accreditations .
All ITAD’s have a existing method for ‘in-situ’ data erasure (wipe-in-device), for laptops, desktops & servers, as well as ad-hoc solutions for loose drives. We’ll explore how adding a complimentary technology, like Genesis, can add value to the process .
How do things operate today? In the traditional ITAD model (as per the fig. 1), if the drive fails the data wipe it would need to be physically destroyed to meet contractual obligations.
ITAD’s may also use an independent health-check software to test and verify the quality of storage devices prior to re-purposing. Any devices that have low heath may also be condemned to the shredder.
The enhanced model demonstrates… (see fig. 2) two huge advantages. Firstly, failed drives are recovered usually at a rate of over 60% allowing them to be repurposed & reused. Secondly, when processing loose drives there is no need for the use of additional third-party health-checking software.
Ultimately, the “Enhanced Recovery Model” provides; better sustainability through reduced waste, higher quality of products (with less RMA’s!) and an increased revenue stream by yielding more product for resale.
BEWARE… “An erased drive is not a fully tested drive”.
Not only does Genesis test, repair and erase a drive, it also runs a complex health-check algorithm to provide you with an accurate Guardian Score (% health). Delivering the highest confidence in product quality.
Don’t just take our word for it… The unique ability to repair, erase & test a drive has been fully verified and certified by ADISA. After a thorough examination and data forensics analysis, ADISA awarded Genesis with their ‘Product Assurance’ certification. More information can be found here on the ADISA website.
Taking it to the next level, you can use Genesis as your ‘one-stop-solution’ for repair & data erasure, providing even stronger financial gains, with reduced labour and licencing fees.
We’re confident of our technology… but, rather than taking our word for it, we’d be happy for you to trial our solution. Contact us and we’ll be happy to discuss your requirements.
Genesis is available in a range configurations to meet everyone’s needs. To find out more please click here.
*Yield figures are based on data from typical usage from devices that are not deemed as physically faulty or damaged.