Technology Logistics Blog

Protecting Confidential Data When Disposing or Recycling Hard Drives in Blog Posts

150-7.jpgA common problem many financial or technology companies face today is how to ensure that confidential data is protected when disposing of or recycling hard drives. Environmental protection is also a concern. There are two ways to dispose of drives that will meet the required safety standards:

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5 Tips for a Smooth Data Center Relocation in Blog Posts

150-9.jpgThere are many reasons why a financial institution would consider moving its entire data center to a new location, such as consolidation or streamlining of data center operations. In all cases, it is usually a very complex undertaking. Here are 5 points you should consider in your data center relocation plan.

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Shipping Data Securely - Chain of Custody Logistics in Blog Posts

150-10.jpgThe majority of technology logistics for financial institutions involve moving highly confidential data. A common question our clients ask is how they can ensure that the security of their transported tapes and hard drives is never compromised. The answer is Chain of Custody Logistics...

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Shipping Lithium Batteries: 2013 IATA Packing Instructions Step-by-Step in Blog Posts

150-11.jpgIATA significantly revised the Dangerous Goods Regulations 54th Edition Packing Instructions PI 965-PI 970, effective January 1, 2013. As a result, shipping lithium ion and/or lithium metal or alloy batteries can be confusing and complex. Here is a step-by-step approach to complying with the revised Packing Instructions. 

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Significant Changes to the IATA DGR 54th Edition (2013) in Blog Posts

150-12.jpgNew Dangerous Goods regulation updates in the IATA DGR 54th Edition will take effect on January 1, 2013. Below is a summary of the important changes for your reference. As always, the IATA DGR should be consulted for details:

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Shipping Laptop Computers - Packaging, Labeling and Documentation Requirements in Blog Posts

150-34.jpgA laptop computer contains a lithium ion battery. It is rechargeable and has a watt-hour reading of less than 100 wh. It is considered dangerous goods, UN3481 “Lithium ion batteries contained in equipment.”

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