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Monthly Archives: April 2014

Leveraging a Cost Effective IT Lifecycle

Leveraging a Cost Effective IT Lifecycle

Each piece of IT equipment procured for your infrastructure has a lifecycle that contains a series of transitions – deployment, reallocation, decommissioning, to name a few. These transitions always have associated costs. To optimize the cost effectiveness of your IT lifecycle, understanding these costs and planning ahead makes all the difference. Pre-determine the Lifecycle ofRead more

The Social Benefits of Reuse before Recycling Corporate Technology

The Social Benefits of Reuse before Recycling Corporate Technology

Recycling corporate technology is not the only way to be a corporate steward. Enabling the reuse of that technology before recycling creates unique opportunities to be a corporate steward in a way that directly benefits your community at large. Why Reuse is Better than Recycling Corporate Technology Maintaining the business efficiency of your company canRead more

Going “green” for Earth Day with 6 Simple Green IT Policies

Going “green” for Earth Day with 6 Simple Green IT Policies

Earth Day is just around the corner. Take this opportunity to establish your company as an environmental steward. Here are a few, simple things you can do to jump-start your green IT policies. Measure your energy consumption Before anything else, measure your energy consumption and establish a baseline. This will accomplish several things. First off,Read more

Heartbleed: Why it’s Time to Review Your Data Security Policies

Heartbleed: Why it’s Time to Review Your Data Security Policies

Heartbleed is a sobering wake-up call when it comes to internet security. With the Heartbleed bug, hackers could easily trick a server into divulging up to 64 kilobytes of memory per attack. The information extracted could include anything from encryption keys, to user names and passwords, to personal information, emails or documents. The full scopeRead more

Why Recycling IT Equipment Isn’t Always “Green”

Why Recycling IT Equipment Isn’t Always “Green”

Just because your company recycles your IT equipment doesn’t mean that your company is a good environmental steward. An environmental steward is an individual or group that encourages and enacts sustainable practices. The goal is to eliminate, or at least reduce, the toll that manufacturing new goods takes on our natural resources. Recycling seems likeRead more

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