Remarketing

  • 10 Things to Avoid When Selling IT Equipment

    Did you know that businesses can sell their used IT equipment to recover some of their value once they’re done with the devices? While this is a great way to bring some money back into your tech budget, there are some pitfalls that you’ll need to avoid. In the end, your best bet is to […]

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  • The Frugal Guide to Buying High-End Refurbished Equipment

    IT equipment — including computers, servers, and more — makes up a considerable portion of any office budget. These assets are often incredibly expensive when they are purchased new, sometimes even prohibitively so. But did you know that your organization could save a large portion of your IT budget by opting to buy refurbished equipment […]

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  • E-Waste 101: Reselling, Recycling, and Reusing Responsibly

    In today’s rapidly evolving IT industry, the surge in electronic waste (e-waste) poses a significant concern. As businesses and consumers continuously upgrade devices and components, the decision on what to do with used equipment becomes paramount. Navigating these choices demands expertise, and that’s where an IT asset management company comes in to seamlessly guide you […]

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  • Embracing Sustainability: The Right to Repair Revolution

    At SEAM, we’ve always championed environmental responsibility, and the recent endorsement of the right to repair by Google resonates deeply with our commitment to sustainability. In a game-changing move, Google officially threw its weight behind the right to repair movement, advocating for user control over repairs and challenging practices like “parts pairing” used by major […]

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  • Remarket vs. Recycle: How to Decide Which Is Best for Your Old IT Equipment

    When it comes to the disposal of your old IT equipment, there are plenty of good reasons to avoid simply throwing such items in the trash. It’s bad for the environment, for one, but it also poses privacy concerns, and you could even be leaving money on the table. With that being said, remarketing and […]

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  • What’s the Difference Between Used and Refurbished?

    Whether you’re in the market to buy or sell electronics, you’ve probably come across the idea of marketing pre-owned merchandise for sale. You may have also realized that there are a few industry-standard terms to describe these items, but what you may not know is that many of these terms have distinct definitions and cannot […]

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  • Maximizing Value in IT Asset Disposition: Tips for Budgeting and Recovery

    As organizations retire their IT assets, there is an opportunity to not only ensure proper disposal but also recover value from these assets. Maximizing the value in IT asset disposition (ITAD) requires careful budgeting and strategic recovery planning. Comprehensive Asset Inventory and Evaluation: Start by conducting a thorough inventory of your IT assets. Identify equipment […]

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  • The True Costs of IT Asset Disposition (ITAD), Budget Planning, and Responsible Remarketing

    In today’s digital landscape, organizations are increasingly recognizing the importance of secure and responsible IT asset disposition (ITAD). As IT professionals, we understand the need to protect sensitive information, preserve our customers’ trust, and promote sustainability. However, the true costs of ITAD and the potential value recovery opportunities often require careful consideration. Understanding the Costs […]

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  • Half of Used Enterprise Routers Still Contain Sensitive Data: A Wake-Up Call for Secure ITAD

    In today’s era of digital transformation, securing sensitive information is becoming increasingly important. Not only do businesses need to take care of PCs, servers, and network equipment on the network, but they also need to ensure that sensitive information is wiped before reselling or disposing of devices when they come offline. A recent study by […]

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