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Still unpacking but all business functions are up and running - phone, fax, reception and e-mail. Can even accept dock high deliveries of donated equipment.
As of May 22, 2014 CTAC will be offering Microsoft's Windows 8.1 operating systems as an option on refurbished computers for low income families, not-for-profits organizations, Schools, Libraries and faith based social service programs.
According to Steve Bothwick the program's Executive Director, We are pleased to be able to provide this newest version of Microsoft's operating systems. Many of the computers built in the last five years will be able to run the operating system and the benefits will be substantial.
For further information please call (603) 218-3078
Low income community members, Non-profits, Schools, Faith Based charities please take note - If you need to replace or upgrade one or one hundred system give us a call. For many organizations the systems you currently have may be upgradeable. A little more RAM memory and a fresh install of Windows 7 using CTAC's refurbishing process can extend the life of your system.
You don't know until you ask. Call Penny today at(603)218-3078
From students, to seniors, to nonprofit organizations, everybody needs an up-to-date and working computer system, but many individuals and charitable organizations just cant afford the cost. For over two years, Computer Technology Assistance Corps, CTAC, has been solving that problem by turning surplus equipment donated by individuals and businesses into reliable, fully licensed machines for low income community members, non-profits and public and private schools across the state.
CTAC isn’t just a place that provides computers; it can set-up and install everything from single units to full-blown networks that allow nonprofits, Private Schools and Public Schools to run more efficiently, with easy sharing of files among staff, reliable email, and whatever else is needed.
CTAC’s services include:
As you should know by now, CTAC collects computers and refurbishes them for distribution to low income people, Non-profits,Public and Private Schools and faith based organizations across NH. Those computers beyond repair or service are responsibly broken down at CTAC’s program site to recyclable components. CTAC is able to recover some program funding from the sale of precious commodities within the old computers. If you want to donated recently retired computer technology call CTAC at (603) 218-3078
Drop off your retired equipment 9-5 M-F if the you have more than 10 systems please call before you stop in.
We at CTAC take your personal information seriously - when you donate your computer to CTAC we lock it down until we can securely erase the drive using government approved erasing methods: Sarbanes-Oxley, GLB, FACTA, HIPAA. We then send you a written confirmation of data destruction.
Directions from Concord (north)
Route 93 South to
Directions from South
Take I-293 N (signs for Manchester/Concord)Old Rt 3 North
On left just after Motorcycles of Manchester Willow Street Plaza
As of March 17, 2011 Computer Technology Assistance Corps is pleased to be a part of the Microsoft Registered Refurbisher Program. This means that each computer we refurbish is required to meets specific standards. First to insure all previous users data has been securely scrubbed off the donated computer, second, insure the computer is in good working order and clean and lastly has an authentic and legal Microsoft operating system license installed.
Donate you recently retired computer(s)
Give your recently retired computers a new home with a low income or disable NH community member. Laptops, Desktops, Tablets and Media Players. We always need black USB keyboards, and mice as well as LCD monitors. Drop off at CTAC HQ or in large lots call for pickup.
ALL computer donations are tax deductible and absolutely cleared of all data to US Government standards within 24 hours!
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