Jamie’s Computers offers professional volunteering opportunities for people with disabilities, mental health issues, unemployed students, the list is endless. All learn new skills which can enable them to access the world of work through a working knowledge of the refurbishment of IT equipment. They also offer professional training services to corporate clients.
Kevin Cahill, IT Network & Support Manager at Adams Morey says: “We have 8 sites across central southern England and the IT equipment needed to be upgraded, hence there were desktops, laptops, network switches, keyboards and other items surplus to requirements. There are issues of secure data destruction of information stored on the computers and we did not want the equipment to end up in land fill if it could be recycled.