Category Archives: Solid State Drive Destruction

Phiston Technologies provides a wide array of solid state drive destruction products that are guaranteed to meet your data security needs

Prevent Data Recovery of Discarded Solid State Drives

Solid state drives are increasingly used in the workplace because they have many advantages over traditional hard drives. As a result of having fewer moving parts, they have substantially faster read times than hard drives. They last much longer on average and as prices have decreased per gigabyte of storage, they have become more economical […]

From laptops to smartphones, solid state data destruction is needed in more places than you think!

When people think of solid state storage volumes, they probably only think of things such as thumb-drives or other devices that fit into a USB port on the back of their systems units.  But due to miniaturization of computer equipment during the last decade you might not know that the hard-drive in your computer, especially […]

Destruction – The Only Way to Safely Dispose of Solid State Data-Containing Devices

Solid state data storage devices range from SSDs (Solid State Drives) to cell phones. This variety can make it seem hard to properly dispose of them all when it comes time to decommission them. Fortunately, there is no need for it to be difficult. Our Phiston MediaVise Compact V-Spike SSD Destroyer is made to permanently […]

The Best Computer Data Security is Physical Destruction

Once something is online, it’s online forever. This long-held truism will stay true for decades to come, but it’s expanded far past the Internet. Once data is encoded on a device, whether it’s a memory card or an SSD, it’s next to impossible to remove completely. In large part, this resilience is a good thing. […]

Does a Fried SSD Mean the Data Doesn’t Need Destruction?

Does a Fried SSD Mean the Data Doesn’t Need Destruction?   SSD hard drives are sensitive to power issues. Every year, there are countless cases where someone fries their solid state drive because they used a faulty power cable, the wrong cable for their modular power supply, or there was a surge at the outlet […]