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Product Watch: End-of-life data destruction with low risk

Briefings on HIPAA, September 1, 2014

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Hardware end-of-life data destruction presents a challenge in the world of healthcare. Whether the data is stored on a laptop, server, or even large biomedical equipment, the data needs to be properly destroyed before being repurposed. Green Delete, Inc., (GDI) offers secure, on-site data destruction that is efficient, quick, and environmentally friendly.

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