DTC serves a wide range of industries from healthcare, finance, education, and even small business. In today’s rapidly evolving and data focused world, every trade has a need to keep its data safe and its systems running. Our pledge since day one has been to keep your data safe, no matter what industry you’re in.
At DTC, we work behind the scenes to solve your IT equipment challenges, improve data security, and reduce environmental impact of recycled assets. Whether your organization requires extensive data center services, IT asset disposition, e-waste recycling, on-site data destruction, or just general maintenance and support; we’ve got you covered. For over 50 years, we’ve made a name for ourselves as one of the most trusted brands in our industry, and we want to help you do the same. See below how we can help your industry.
With extensive databases of medical records containing vital information, data maintenance, storage, and security is an essential part of healthcare. Regardless of how heavily healthcare institutions depend on computers and other electronic devices, not many organizations have a dedicated IT department with the ability to handle the vast amount of equipment requirements. Our IT equipment specialists can help with your organizations specific needs. We can flawlessly help save your healthcare institute’s budget, while you help save lives.
Another data breach is the last thing any financial institution needs. Most financial organizations have highly developed IT professionals running their data infrastructures, but upgrades and disposal can become overwhelming. Industry best practices state that companies need to keep their data for several decades and should migrate the data to the latest software version of their backup solution. That’s where we come into play. Since 1965, we have been helping businesses, both large and small, keep their data secure while increasing ROI on used IT equipment.
Today more than ever, government agencies depend on computers and electronics in order to effectively operate within their respective borders. Most governments, whether city, county, state or nationwide, have an extremely long holding period for sensitive, proprietary, or administration-critical data. Even though data tape is the most reliable medium for long-term data storage, they still need to be updated over time. More importantly, we are aware of the importance of data security when it comes to sensitive information on your used equipment.
The recent COVID-19 pandemic has given us all a firsthand look at how classrooms across the country are integrating 1:1 student to computer learning. Now more than ever, IT equipment has become heavily integrated into school settings. Computer learning means a vast increase in information and data creation; requiring substantial data back up and security measures to protect it. Regardless of how heavily learning institutions depend on computers and other electronic devices, not many school districts have a dedicated IT department with the ability to handle the vast amount of data back up and equipment requirements.
Companies in the energy and utility industries are continuously being asked to find ways to reduce costs and improve efficiency. Whether it’s the power generation and alternative energy services, most companies have a very busy IT department. When the computers, servers, and data storage centers need to be upgraded and replaced; it can be exhausting. The right IT asset disposal (ITAD) partner can help get the most value from old IT equipment; resulting in maximum return on initial investment.
Entrepreneurship, innovation, and job creation are not only the foundation of a healthy economy but the backbone of America. Entrepreneurs embody the strength and character that help make our country great and we’d like to keep it that way. As a family-owned business since 1965, we understand the struggles and sacrifices of being a business owner. Small businesses and owners may not always have the budget for the latest upgrades in IT equipment or even know what to do with their older equipment. We can help with upgrades and disposal of your data storage tapes and other IT assets when needed.
OUR GOAL IS TO BE YOUR MOST VALUED PARTNER
DTC’s IT equipment specialists and procurement associates are made up of over 130+ years of combined experience making us one of the industry’s best-trained teams. We opened our doors for business in 1965 with the idea to transform the IT lifecycle through technology, transparency, standards, and processes. Our business continues to flourish and grows with the ever-changing IT industry, letting our reputation speak for itself.
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