Dublin, 20th October 2016 – AMI, Ireland’s leading secure IT retirement company, today announces that it will invest €1.1m and create 15 jobs by 2018 as it grows its business and increases its team to 50.
On the 20th June 2016, AMI had their unannounced spot-check by the auditing body for the ADISA standard. We can now announce that we have once again passed and remain certified to the ADISA Distinction with Honours level.
AMI are pleased to announce that we are one of fifteen approved suppliers for ICT Disposal and Recycling for CPC (Crescent Purchasing Consortium) and the only Northern Ireland based supplier.
AMI would like to invite you to the ISIA’s (Irish Security Industry Association’s) seminar on data protection and the secure destruction of data. If you are responsible for managing data, risk or legal compliance then this seminar is not to be missed.
AMI have embarked on our 5th year on year increase on our operational results, posting the number of IT Assets processed in 2015 at 127, 842, a 65% growth from the 82,995 IT Assets processed in 2010.
The rise in high-profile data security breaches, along with the impending GDPR legislation, continues to highlight the severity of a data breach and emphasises the need to ensure you are protected against the risk of a potential breach. Many data breaches occur through incorrect disposal therefore it is crucial that you use an ITAD (IT Asset Disposal Company) that will guarantee the complete destruction of your data.
The AMI Advantage Partner Program provides potential partners with the opportunity to grow their business by offering their clients the most secure ICT disposal service in the industry. Whether your focus is on small businesses, commercial accounts or public sector, AMI’s secure IT disposal solutions are sure to meet your clients’ data protection and IT disposal needs.
A new piece of research has been launched by the BSIA, aimed at assessing the buying behaviour of public sector organisations seeking secure data destruction services.
The Information Commissioner’s Office has urged organisations to review their policies on how personal data is handled, after the Nursing and Midwifery Council was issued a £150,000 civil monetary penalty for breaching the Data Protection Act.