Monthly Archives: September 2014
What would you do with your old computer?
Our advice would be to contact a company such as www.sitr.com . At SITR we make sure that all data is destroyed and that the computer is either recycled for re-sale or disposed of in an approved fashion.
However this question was asked of Which? Members. The results are somewhat surprising:
“A third of members (32%) would find somewhere to recycle their old PC and monitor – women and those aged 55 and over are more likely to say they’d do this (39% women vs 28% of men, 35% those over 55 vs 27% those under 55).
Just under three in ten (28%) would give them away to a family member or friend – men are more likely than women to say they would do this (30% vs 25% women).
One in ten (10%) would do something else – mentions included donating it to charity or using the Freecycle website.”
For more information and help of disposing of old computers contact www.sitr.com
If you had acquired a computer from recycling, how confident would you be that it did not come with hidden extras?
Are you hardworking and committed, outgoing yet professional
but most importantly, money hungry and enthusiastic?
If the answer is Yes, then come and work for SITR
We have a great team of people…But we need more
We’re growing fast!
Why join us?
Because we offer a great basic salary of up to £17,500 pa
with uncapped commission and a realistic OTE of £28,000 pa
Come and work for a Company that values your talent
Contact us now to arrange an interview
Be careful folks, we think there’s something in the water because 3 of our Advisors are expectant dads. We’re a small team here, so that’s almost 20 percent of our workforce.
We’ll be needing our own creche soon!
Our expanding team has 4 new additions for September:
They’ve completed their classroom days and learnt the basics, they know what we do and how we do it and now they’ve been let loose on the phones, if you’re lucky enough to speak to any of them please, be nice!
An e-petition has been launched which calls for the burning of confidential waste to be banned.
An e-petition can be opened by any UK Citizen and upon the collection of 100,000 signatures, the issue must be considered for debate in the Houses of Parliament. Since January this petition has gained 2 signatures. This, of course, may be caused by a lack of publicity rather than a poor proposal.
If you want to avoid burning data, contact www.sitr.com and find out how cost effective it is to have your data shredded.
Shredding your data gives you full traceability and is better for the environment as the paper can then be recycled.