“I’m trying to make it on my own. It’s been a tough road. I fell behind at our first apartment and we got evicted. But I went through a job program for women and now I work as a case manager with Coalition for The Homeless. We moved into a two-bedroom in Bedford-Stuyvesant. I love my job, but I’m trying to raise four kids on a single income. We don’t have much extra stuff. We don’t have cable. The kids say they need internet for school but we’d need a computer for that, so we just go to the library.”

- Jessie

Source: Humans Of New York

The TechFIN Computer

All of our computers are loaded with enough software to enable a child to complete his or her school work through high school, enable a parent to initiate a job search and/or take on-line classes, and enable a curious mind to tap the World Wide Web for its limitless information. To ensure both the security of the donor, and the computer's ultimate recipient, TechFIN uses PDWipe to perform a declassified drive wipe. This wiping algorithm exceeds that specified by the Department of Defense DOD 5220.22-M specification for both "clearing" and "purging" of sensitive information on Hard Drives.

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