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Posted Jun 18th, 2020

Data Destruction And IT Recycling Perks For Small Businesses

As a small business, Securis understands the impact that the COVID-19 pandemic has had on small businesses all over the world. One week, it was business as usual. The following week, companies worked to keep employees safe, connect with vendors and customers, and make difficult decisions regarding staffing and remote working.

Small businesses continue to face a unique set of challenges, and we understand that. In order to support small businesses like ourselves, Securis is currently offering some data destruction and IT recycling perks.

15% Discount and No Cancellation Fees

To help keep your data safe, we’re offering a 15% discount on all data destruction and IT recycling projects booked before August 31, 2020. Because we know that plans on being in the office change frequently, we’re waiving all cancellation fees for the time being.

Securis continues to offer touch-free options for data destruction and IT recycling projects. Our team will arrive at your facility wearing gloves and masks. They also carry Clorox wipes and clean surfaces they come into contact with.

Data Destruction And IT Recycling Perks For Small Businesses

Additionally, we’re offering three different options for your project:

1) As always, we’re able to scan all equipment on-site while remaining compliant with the social distancing rule of not coming within six feet of other people.

2) Destroy hard drives on-site at your location and then take the equipment back to our facility to be scanned and processed. Everything will be scanned the same day.

3) We’re also able to drop off bins: One secure (locked) bin for hard drives, cell phones and other data-containing devices, and any additional bins needed for non-data-containing equipment. In this case, you’ll load the bins, leave them in a secure area, and we’ll pick them up the same day.

Have a suggestion for how we can provide you with no-contact services? Let us know.

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