Michael Saia At The 2012 International Computer Referbisher Summit In Phoenix, AZ

CEO and Founder of XTechnology Global, Michael Saia, will be attending the 2012 International Computer Referbisher Summit (IRCS) in Phoenix, Arizona on November 13 and 14th. Michael will be speaking at the conference in regards to data center and data compliance. Michael will be speaking to a panel that is moderated by National Association for Information Destruction (NAID). Panel members are Destruct Data, Blanco software and XTechnology Global. The main topic being discussed is Data destruction and compliance as it relates to Microsoft authorized refurbishers (PC’S) and the enterprise (XTechnology Global).

XTechnology Global continues to be involved in Summits similar to these to help educate ourselves further on Data Destruction as it relate to new technologies. We also take part to help inform the public of the importance of data destruction for security reasons and more. The 2012 ICRS provides an opportunity for people working in the computer recycling and reuse fields to meet each other, learn about new developments and discuss the best practices of some of the top Refurbishers in the world.

Flooded Equipment In Data Centers From Hurricane Sandy

Due to the devastation from Hurricane Sandy, many business have been affected as it relates to data center operations due to the flooding and loss of power. XTechnology Global  works with many firms in the  affected areas to handle flooded equipment which would be classified as Ewaste.

Additionally we can support large logistical operations of moving out the gear so the client can reinstall new equipment.

Please feel free to contact the sales department at XTechnology Global for a quote.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to all victims of Hurricane Sandy and we hope you get back on your feet soon!

E-Waste Day In Danvers, MA This Weekend!

Please join XTechnology Global and the town of Danvers, MA, for this weekends Ewaste day. From 10:00am – 2:00pm on Saturday and Sunday all residents and businesses can bring in all ewaste from pc’s, laptops, servers, cell phone, anything with a cord. We are pleased to have our third event with the Town of Danvers to promote environmental sustainability programs as it relates to Ewaste. Proceeds from the event will go to the town of Danvers food bank.