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  • 5 Common ITAD Mistakes You Don’t Want to Make

    In business, there are certain necessities you must observe if you want to remain competitive, and in this modern era, keeping your computer technologies up-to-date is a must. Grumble all you want about the expense, but this is a clear case of spending money to make money. Unfortunately, you also have to deal with all […]

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  • How to Choose End IT Asset Disposal Service

    IT assets, including computer equipment, printers, servers, cell phones, tablets, and so on, provide an incredible convenience for modern businesses. They perform mundane tasks at lightning speed and offer practically unlimited connectivity. Of course, the turnover on devices is pretty high these days. Technology could last you anywhere from 1-5 years, depending on your needs, […]

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  • What to Expect when Pros Perform Your IT Asset Disposal

    Figuring out what to do with outdated IT equipment when you upgrade to something new can be a hassle. On one hand, you don’t want it to languish in a closet or supply room on-site, taking up room and posing a danger for theft. On the other hand, you can’t exactly dump it in the […]

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  • What Can You Expect when Professionals Perform Your IT Asset Disposal?

    The ever-changing technological landscape demands that businesses that want to remain relevant and competitive upgrade to new equipment and software periodically.  Unfortunately, this creates a stockpile of outdated devices that must be properly disposed of, in keeping with environmental and privacy laws. You can attempt to dispose of these devices on your own, but if […]

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  • The Basics of the Electronic Shred

    As a business owner, you understand the importance of secure IT asset disposition (ITAD).  You go out of your way to keep confidential customer, employee, and other information secure while in use, with firewalls, antivirus software, password protections, encryption, and more.  However, you also know that you have to take pains to dispose of this […]

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  • Can Your Old Data Rise from the Dead?

    As a business owner, you know you have a legal and ethical obligation to protect the sensitive, personal data your customers entrust to you.  Complying with privacy laws at the federal, state, and local level (not to mention industry standards spelled out in HIPAA, FACTA, and so on) is not a suggestion – it’s mandatory […]

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  • 4 ITAD Prep Tips in the Financial Services Sector

    Just a few decades ago, IT asset disposition (ITAD) wasn’t on the average business’s radar.  But today, advances in technology have put the issue front and center.  The vast majority of companies now rely on some form of computer technology, from cell phones, to POS systems, all the way up to complex databases. Although proper […]

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  • ROI for Used Computers

    Return on Investment for Used Computers With technology advancing every day, businesses must act quickly for any chance of a return on investment for their outdated IT equipment. When computers becomes obsolete, they lose value as fast as any other technology on the market. If out-of-date electronic equipment is allowed to take up space and collect dust, depreciation […]

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  • Data Centers and IT Asset Disposition

    A Data Center’s Turnover Challenge Data centers tend to have a shorter IT asset lifecycle due to the sheer volume of equipment in operation. A single data center could have hundreds of racks of hardware in constant need of monitoring and maintenance. Because of this, IT asset disposition (ITAD) is a continual challenge that must be […]

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