Unwanted Computer Hardware can mean money in your pocket.
If you have used IT equipment that you no longer use or want, how can you get the best price for it? Selling it using online auction tools can seem attractive, but there can be major implications if you do not destroy all the stored data before handing it over to the buyer.
Selling to a computer broker can eliminate the risk and give you the best return on your original equipment investment.
As professionals in computer recycling, we can dispose of your surplus IT equipment and give you a guarantee that all of your confidential data will be securely deleted. Our smart, secure solutions can help you no matter how much surplus IT hardware you have.
Selling excess computer equipment of any age to computer hardware liquidators like TechReset will inject revenue back into your business. This will:
Data erasure wipes the data but allows the media to be reused. Degaussing completely removes the magnetic capabilities of the media, making it useless. Shredding physically destroys the media, also making it useless.
The choice between these depends on many factors, including the level of data sensitivity, costs, and attitude to risk.
At TechReset, we buy used computers and other IT equipment of all ages, makes, and models, including:
TechReset uses the best practices in the ITAD industry to provide you with income from your surplus IT equipment, using our smart, secure solutions for your equipment and data. Our commitment to redeployment uses the best practices in the industry to evaluate, sort and salvage inventory in an ethical way will also give you the peace of mind that you have helped save the planet. Unwanted computer hardware never winds up in landfill when you work with us.
As leaders in our field,we go beyond simple computer recycling by ensuring the least environmental impact possible whilst helping to put money back in your pocket.
We strive to limit the environmental impact caused by IT equipment that has been disposed of improperly. More than 90% of the equipment we recover is resold, repurposed, and donated.