IT Asset Disposition
Finding value in decommissioned equipment
When computer hardware reaches the end of its usable life, IT departments must deal with the dual threats of securely destroying data properly, as well as finding value for no longer needed equipment. NASI offers a variety of services to help companies recycle as well as pay for the retired equipment.
- Tape Libraries
- Laptops/Notebooks/Thin Clients/Tablets
- Telephone Systems
- POS systems
Evaluation and Discovery
All NASI’s asset disposition specialists are required to go through an evaluation process with the end-user. Our specialists will ask for a list by make/model, serial number and equipment quantity. Once the evaluation process is completed, NASI specialists will determine if the equipment needs to be recycled or if it can be resold in the secondary market. If the equipment can be recycled or resold, we will pick up equipment at location(s) free of charge.
Auditing and Reporting
Once an IT asset enters our disposal facility, it is immediately received and tracked by machine, model, serial number, condition, etc. This allows for explicit asset tracking of equipment throughout the entire disposition process.
NASI has a number of data destruction options available, including a software-based data wipe, degaussing, or shredding.
Chain of Custody and Certificate of Destruction
When the process is complete, you are provided with a certification of destruction/recycling for each serial number, protecting your organization from scandals and accusations of impropriety. Our auditable paper trail demonstrates that your performed due diligence throughout the process, with a partner committed to Best Practices that comply with international guidelines as well as applicable local standards.