Information Technology (IT) Service Providers Can Increase Revenues With A Portable Hard Drive Destroyer

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For information technology service management (ITSM) companies looking to increase revenues, there is a new piece of machinery to help. The Guardian Hard Drive Destroyer, available from http://www.hddmachine.com allows technicians to safely destroy old hard drives for disposal. This new type of service is in high demand and can increase revenues with little extra investment and work.

IT Departments and IT service providers may have a new way to increase revenues thanks to a small and portable hard drive destruction machine being offered at the http://www.hddmachine.com website. This new machine makes it easy for IT companies to offer a value added service to their clients.

"Providers of Information Technology services have always faced a very competitive market. After talking with people in different industries and getting feedback on our website, we found that this industry is ripe for offering hard drive destruction services. There is a large demand out there, one the will only increase, for companies to quickly, safely and securely dispose of their old hard drives," says Glen Johnson, the publicist for the website.

"We also found that some companies in other industries were securing contracts with clients based on this service alone, meaning that offering such a service can be a big incentive for companies to sign an initial contract for services."

With billions of computers in use by millions of companies, the need for safe disposal of sensitive data is a reality. While other companies have long offered hard drive shredders, few of them are as portable as this machine, which weighs just 140 lbs and which plugs into a standard 120v, 3 prong grounded outlet.

"The main advantage of our machine is that it can be brought on site and a company representative can witness the hard drive being crushed first hand. A lot of companies ship hundreds of hard drives off to outside companies which leaves a lot of room for problems during transport. We feel this machine is useful and profitable, because it can be brought in and can be located in the IT department of any corporation, business or organization. With a cycle time of only 15 seconds and no real training required, it is a safe and easy machine to operate," says Johnson.

"This is an easy to use machine...a small investment and has the potential to pay for itself very quickly and will help keep your old hard drives safe when disposing of them. You can get a price quote with shipping at our website."

Johnson encourages all people who work in IT services to watch the 2 minute demonstration video over at http://www.hddmachine.com.

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