Companies have just 15 weeks to ensure that they are GDPR compliant  before the regulations become enforceable on the 25th of May. The General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) will affect all aspects of how your business handles and protects personal data. This includes how you dispose of computer assets when upgrading to new models.

Whilst the main concepts and principles of the GDPR are similar to those of the Data Protection Act, which it replaces, there are new requirements and significant enhancements that companies must comply with. The regulations place greater emphasis on the records you keep surrounding personal data.

Computer Aid International can help with the asset disposal - we collect the equipment and data wipe the hard drives in a GDPR compliant way, saving you the worry of paying for a data wiping service. Then, we  refurbish and provide the equipment on charitable basis to not-for-profit organisations in more than 100 countries. The refurbished equipment has an incredible impact on the lives of people in developing countries, helping to increase IT literacy, deliver better education and help local enterprises.Companies which donate their computers to us not only get a first class and completely secure asset disposal service, but can also make a great social impact and help fulfill their CSR policies.

The key features of our service are:

  • Secure Collection
  • Asset Tracking
  • Data Sanitisation and Destruction
  • Sustainability Reports
  • Recycling

To find out more contact Darren