Partners and Associates
Partners and Associates
The Asset Disposal and Information Security Alliance (ADISA) are an industry body set up to promote best practice when dealing with data carrying IT assets at end of life. ADISA advocates secure disposal through their certification route which offers industry service providers the chance of undergoing a UKAS accredited audit against the ADISA Standard which testifies that their processes and expertise offers clients confidence that their data carrying assets are being handled and sanitised in a professional and consistent way.
Affiliate members are non-certified companies who participate in the ADISA programme in an information sharing capacity and operate to an agreed code of practice
- Western Riverside Partnership
A Waste Authority campaign encouraging residents to recycle in Lambeth, Hammersmith and Fulham, Wandsworth, Kensington and Chelsea
- Offers/ Ex-IT
Comm-Tech's recycling partner who aims to realise sustainable development and waste minimisation
- Realise IT/ U Can Do It
The 'Connecting U' project provides free computers for people with disabilities- a partnership between Realise IT, U Can Do It and Comm-Tech
- Brixton Linux Action Group
Works to encourage access to technology through community action and open source software.
- Indy Media
A collective of independent organisations and independent journalists
- The Synergy Project
Synergy is an environmental and cultural information network, with a diverse creative events programme
- The Restart Project
Restart believe the time is right for a profound questioning of the way we consume and produce information communications technology.
eDCC is a UK charity offering assessment and certification of basic skills in various computer applications to schools, colleges and training centres
- St Mungoes (Suitcase Media)
An initiative enabling the homeless to become digitally empowered, we provided much of the startup hardware, as described in this Blog entry..
We are proud partners of zarafa, they are a Linux replacement for exchange that provide groupware products for e-mail, contacts and calendars along with other things like encrypted video conferencing. They have an open source version as well as a paid for version which provides support and extra features that enrich your functionality on what you have already with Zarafa basic. For more information see their website