Seagate is best known for manufacturing hard disk drives and other storage devices for use in computers, servers, mobile devices, media players, and more—in fact, the company just announced a new self-encrypting drive for enterprise environments and a 1 TB hard drive with a Serial-Attached SCSI (SAS) interface. But the company not only enables consumers and companies to keep their data—it helps them wipe it out, too. Through subsidiary Seagate Recovery Services the company has just announced Seagate Data Erasure, software solutions that are designed to let users and companies wipe their drives clean before they’re replaced, sold, or decommissioned from service…
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