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Home » Resources » [VIDEO] How to Erase Servers with Blancco Software
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Servers contain a lot of sensitive and valuable information that must be securely erased. Blancco software erases servers quickly and securely, with a full audit trail for compliance.
Complicated hardware setups can make server erasure tedious and time-consuming. However, data privacy regulations and internal security policies demand they’re wiped clean. What’s a security-conscious business to do? Blancco software has been developed in cooperation with many different server manufacturers to offer the widest possible range of support for secure data erasure. The process is quick and painless, with the ability to erase drives within the servers themselves (no removal required) and control multiple erasures remotely and simultaneously. SAN and storage arrays can also be erased at the logical level without removing the operating system—helping you avoid downtime. Blancco also helps you maintain compliance with internal and external policies and standards. Blancco tools are compliant with over 20 Erasure Standards, including NIST, DoD and BSI. Erasure reports are generated to provide tamper-proof evidence of data erasure to further meet compliance requirements. These reports can be stored in a central location—Blancco Management Console. And with 24/7 support available from Blancco’s global support team, you can keep your operations running smoothly and efficiently, no matter what. Learn more about server erasure at www.blancco.com/solutions/data-center.
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