Renewing and refreshing your IT equipment is a critical part of increasing your organisational effectiveness and ensuring that your information technologies align with your organisation’s goals. Your legacy systems aren’t just difficult and expensive to maintain; they may also pose a significant security risk. You need a decommissioning strategy at the end of your technology lifecycle to manage the final stage of upgrading. It’s more than just throwing away the old equipment, it takes awareness of sensitive data and a strategic, systematic approach. That’s why Excess Technology is the IT decommissioning and recycling choice for many companies just like yours. We can handle your decommissioning process with these services:

Data Centre Decommissioning

Whether you need to move a single server or an entire data centre you can trust Excess Technology to provide a secure, rapid service for your business. With years of experience in dealing with server, storage and network equipment from all the major manufacturers, you can rely on Excess Technology to provide a flexible, reliable service customised to your needs.

Our Data Decommissioning Strategy – Ways To Tackle Problems Along The Way

Having a data centre decommissioned is not an easy task, it is especially hard. But you don’t have to worry when you have Excess Technology taking over the data centre decommissioning in your office. We have the right people for this job as well as the required experience to tackle any obstacles in the way.

To provide your organisation with flawless and outrightly seamless data decommissioning services in Sydney, we have come up with a broad strategy. We believe this strategy is the key to a successful IT asset and equipment removal along with your data centre. So, let’s see how this strategy pans out!

  • Set-up: We will draft a scope of work for your data decommissioning project by outlining all the goals, deliverables, and proper report creations. So, we can decide on a budget for the project before we initiate any decommissioning.
  • Listing The Items: Next comes the proper accounting of all the IT assets, hardware, software, and other electronic IT equipment that you want to decommission. By doing this, we will map out all the things that are to be disposed of and recycled. This key point leads us to a much efficient and doable IT asset recovery.
  • Planning: Now it’s time to delegate responsibilities of the entire IT decommissioning project to people on our staff. While planning the layout, we will factor in things like the estimated time of project completion, exceptions, resources needed and more. So, you will experience seamless IT equipment removal, disposition, and recycling.

Once we are all set and our plan is ready, we will discuss it at length with you. So, there are no chances of any miscommunication in the later stages of data centre decommissioning. Everything will be panned out as laid down in our strategy, given you a proper and hassle-free IT asset removal in Sydney.

Data Centre Removal process

  1. Inspection – Excess Technology will come onsite to inspect the equipment being decommissioned. The inspection allows us to provide an accurate quote on the cost of decommissioning and buy back value of the goods.
  1. De-cable – Our technicians will disconnect all cables that are connected to your equipment before removing from the rack.
  1. De-rack – Our technicians will physically remove your equipment and rails from their racks and packed securely.
  1. Racks Removal – Once all equipment from the racks have been removed, our technicians will remove the racks from the data centre.
  1. Reporting – Our technicians will conduct a thorough inspection of the equipment and provide the customer with an IT disposal report.
  1. Data erasure – Our technicians will erase the data from any equipment that contains hard drives using Blancco software. Any hard drives that fail the wipe are destroyed.

Whatever the requirements of your office removal, we have a solution to meet your needs. Excess Technology staffcan decommission your computers, monitor, telephones and other IT equipment in one go.

Office IT Asset Removal process

  1. Inspection – Excess Technology will come onsite to inspect the equipment for removal. The inspection allows us to provide a quote on the cost of removal and buy back value of the goods.
  1. De-cable – Our technicians will disconnect all cables and devices connected prior to removal. Everything will be safely packed and transported back to our warehouse for inspection and testing.
  1. Reporting – Our technicians will conduct a thorough inspection of the equipment and provide the customer with an IT disposal report.
  1. Data erasure – Our technicians will erase the data from any equipment that contains hard drives using Blancco software. Any hard drives that fail the wipe are destroyed using our Garner PD-5 hard-drive destroyer.

Get Your Quote Today – Reliable Data Decommissioning Services

Excess Technology is the perfect place for your IT asset removal and recycling. Our data decommissioning services are reliable, quick and we ensure that our work won’t impact the environment in any way whatsoever. So, call us now!

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