East-Tec DisposeSecure 2006 ver.

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East-Tec DisposeSecure 2006 Enterprise completely and securely removes all data from hard drives or disk partitions before return of leased assets or computer disposal. East-Tec DisposeSecure 2006 Enterprise exceeds U.S. Department of Defense security standards.

What You Know

Your company upgrades to new computers or hard drives
Your company trades older computers towards newer systems
Your company returns leased computers or laptops
Your company reassigns computers to different departments or personnel
Your company removes old computers from operation and donates them to charity or to other organizations

What You May Not Know

With each computer or hard drive you may give away:
Sensitive or restricted information
Business plans, strategies and reports
Banking account information, financial statements, credit card numbers
Employees information or social security data
An entire history of activities that have been performed with the computer

The East-Tec DisposeSecure 2006 Enterprise Solution

East-Tec DisposeSecure 2006 Enterprise removes all traces of information from a hard disk or from selected partitions, without damaging the disk. Every sector and every bit of information is overwritten and destroyed beyond recovery.

In a nutshell, East-Tec DisposeSecure 2006 Enterprise:
Securely deletes (wipes) all data on any hard disk or on one or more individual partitions
Overwrites IDE & SCSI drives
Is Operating System & BIOS independent
Offers powerful data wiping verification capabilities
Provides full review of the wiping results using the built-in Sector Viewer
Generates validation reports that meet US Deparment of Defense requirements

System Requirements

Requirements for the computers to be sanitized:
286 or higher processor (386, 486, Pentium, etc.)
550 KB of free conventional memory
Bootable 1.44 MB floppy disk drive or CD/DVD drive
The operating system is not a factor in the operation of East-Tec DisposeSecure 2006 Enterprise. The operating system can be any version of Windows (XP Home/XP Pro/2003 Server/2000/NT/Me/98/95/3.1), Linux (any distribution), FreeBSD, Solaris, SCO UNIX, UNIXWARE, OS/2, BeOS, etc.