UK ITAD firm Restore Technology Ltd. has acquired data storage company Ultratec Ltd.

AIM-listed Restore plc provides document management, paper destruction, and IT asset deployment, management, and decommissioning services. Founded in 1996 and based in Stevenage, Ultratec provides secure data erasure and physical data destruction services, technology recycling solutions and hard drive parts supply. Charles Bligh, CEO of Restore, said: “I am delighted to welcome the team at[read more]

Genesis first to gain ADISA Product Assurance Certification

The ADISA Product Assurance is a heightened accreditation that checks and validates, not just the functionality of the product, but also the systems and processes of the vendor to ensure the products has been developed and is supported in an effective and professional manner. The program provides and confirms an effective and certified Data Erasure[read more]

Ultratec is delighted to announce Cyber Essentials Certification

Cyber Essentials is an industry supported scheme developed by the UK Government.  Achieving this accreditation provides reassurance to existing and potential clients that Ultratec & all subsidiaries are protecting themselves against potential cyber threats. This accreditation means that Ultratec have been independently assessed and verified by a Government approved external body, and that we have[read more]

Ultratec delivers strong growth in profitability

Corporate footprint and end-to-end IT recycling solutions enhanced by Else Refining acquisition Stevenage, UK – Ultratec, the leading provider of data security services and solutions, announces its full year results for the 12 months to 31 March 2017 Operational highlights Corporate footprint and end-to-end IT recycling solutions substantially enhanced by acquisition of Else Refining (Else)[read more]