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Data Eradication

The eradication service meets or exceeds all DOD, NIST, and other regulatory requirements. We support all OEM vendor systems including, but not limited to, Hitachi, IBM, EMC, HPE 3Par, Dell/Compellent, Oracle, NetApp, etc. Our eradication service supports and services all disk types, including FMD, FC, SAS, SATA, SSD, NVME, as well as most other types of flash, disk storage media, or disk subsystems. IES provides onsite failed Disk Eradication services for customers who need eradication of drives that are required to be returned to OEM vendors. This service can be provided as part of a subscription service or on a one-off basis as needed.

Eradication Services

Secure, Compliant Erasure of all Disk Storage technology HDD’s and SSD/FMD’s that need to be destroyed or returned to the OEM.

Onsite service delivery with no impact to production operations.

Certified NIST process overwriting to meet any applicable standard.

Detailed Reports and Certificates of Data Eradication/Destruction.

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SALES SUPPORT

IES provides sales support for your disk eradication needs. By answering a few qualifying questions IES can customize a solution to meet your service and pricing specifications, no
matter the size.

FAILED DISK SERVICES

IES provides services for customers that need eradication of drives that
are required to be returned to OEM vendors. These services can be provided as needed or as part of a
subscription service. This covers all OEM disk types and models including
HDD’s and specialized FMD, NVME and other flash technologies.

VALUE PRICING

IES can complete eradication engagements in two to three days. We scale our manpower and hardware to meet or exceed customer timing requirements, providing our customers with excellent value pricing.

QUALIFYING QUESTIONS

  • Where is the customer site located?

  • What system types or models require eradication?

  • What is the quantity and size of the disks?

  • Are the disks part of a subsystem?

  • Is there power to the subsystem?

  • Is Degaussing or Recycling required?