Data Destruction & E-Recycling in New Jersey
Posted onApr 9th, 2015
For years, IT asset disposal has been considered a logistical and operational challenge. However, due to the explosion of data breaches associated with lost, stolen, or compromised enterprise data storage devices, IT asset disposal is now a full-fledged element of the global cybersecurity and data security challenge.
Securis, a franchise industry leader in electronic recycling and data destruction services, has just announced an April 28th Grand Opening at 11:00 AM with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 11:30. The new Securis location, based in Hamilton, will serve business and government clients in central New Jersey.
Securis has always understood the critical role of IT asset disposal in the data security equation. The company has consistently led the market by designing its services around a rigorous set of criteria to ensure reputable, secure, dependable, and convenient IT asset recycling services. Securis provides a full range of e-waste disposal services embraced by private and public sector companies, government entities, healthcare, financial services, law firms, pharmaceutical, engineering & consulting agencies, among many others.
New Jersey Securis Franchise owner Ed Beitel brings with him a broad and impressive range of business development knowledge. He built his professional career around exceptional customer service with over 20 years of experience in technology sales and marketing. While working for IBM and Lenovo, he saw firsthand how companies struggled with locking down their networks and infrastructure to protect against data breaches. Owning a Securis franchise allows Beitel to build upon his interest in helping companies eliminate the liability of data breach with proper IT asset disposition and secure data destruction.
“I’m excited to be part of the Mercer County business community,” says Beitel. “As organizations become increasingly concerned about data security issues, certified hard drive shredding and destruction has become vitally important. New Jersey has an increasing demand for secure, environmentally responsible electronics recycling services. My company provides a unique solution to a serious, growing problem.”
Beitel is a proud member of The Hamilton Partnership, Princeton Chamber of Commerce, MidJersey Chamber of Commerce, the Association of Information Technology Professionals, and the National Federation of Independent Business. On a personal note, he enjoys spending time with his three children. He is an Assistant Scout Master with Boy Scouts of America. His two boys are gradually working their way toward achieving the rank of Eagle Scout.
Securis Central New Jersey Grand Opening: April 28, 2015, at 11:00 AM at 7B Marlen Drive, Hamilton
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at 11:30 AM with food and drinks
Ed Beitel – Securis franchise owner