Reducing Data To Bits

E-End provides pretty impressive levels of data security. Important work, as more and more of our personal data ends up lying around on decommissioned server drives and backups.

Need to destroy a rugged Toughbook laptop that might have been used in war? E-End will use a high-powered magnetic process known as degaussing to erase its hard drive of any memory. A computer monitor that might have some top-secret images left on it? Crushed and ground into recyclable glass. Laser sights for weapons? Torn into tiny shards of metal. E-End adheres to the government's highest demilitarization standards and NSA guidelines, Steve Chafitz said, and documents every step the data "sanitation" with photographs and paperwork.