Banner Health

Date

Tuesday, 19 March 2013
Banner Health

Consider this scenario - a vendor engineer swaps a failing drive from a datacenter storage array and installs a new functioning drive.  The "failed" drive is property of the manufacturer and must be returned - if the drive is not returned (RMA) then the vendor will charge your organization typically around $1,200 per drive that is "retained".  

The vendor proposes a solution - to pay them an upfront "Retainer Fee" for drives that are retained. 

Our dedicated erasure appliance gives organizations the ability to quickly erase the "failed" drive and return the erased drive - less confidential data - to the manufacturer.  This modestly priced appliance saves our customers literally millions of dollars annually.  Give us a call to find out how our erasure solution can save your organization significant budget dollars during the coming years.