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Data Center Liquidation – The Best Approach

Data Center Liquidation – The Best Approach

There are many things a data center manager has to consider when opening a new data center or redesigning an existing one. From how to properly construct and design the room, to outfitting the room with the best equipment at the best price, to ensuring the data center is as green as possible to reduceRead more

What’s the Difference between ITAD and ITAR?

What’s the Difference between ITAD and ITAR?

ITAD, short for IT asset disposition, is a term used to describe the management of a company’s retiring IT equipment. It encompasses the policies and procedures that must take place to responsibly and efficiently remove and dispose of surplus hardware. For most companies, an ITAD program is as simple as sending all retired technological assetsRead more

Why the Downstream Flow of Recycled IT Matters

Why the Downstream Flow of Recycled IT Matters

When you partner with a recycler to manage your end of life electronics, where does your equipment go? The assumption can be that once electronics are sent to a recycler, they will be dismantled and processed in those facilities in order to reintroduce the materials into the manufacturing process. But this is not always the case.Read more

Why Corporate Stewardship and IT Asset Recovery go Hand-in-hand

Why Corporate Stewardship and IT Asset Recovery go Hand-in-hand

What does it mean to be a corporate steward? The concept brings to mind a company that implements eco-friendly policies, or is involved in charitable giving. Both of these are good examples of corporate stewardship. But being a corporate steward must be more than simply changing policies or giving away resources. At the core ofRead more

The Millennial ITAD Solution

The Millennial ITAD Solution

As more and more Millennials join the workplace, corporate culture is changing. One of the characteristic traits of the Millennial generation is a drive to positively impact the community. It is not unusual to find 20-somethings advocating policies in the workplace that help local organizations, or create awareness of global or social issues. This is oneRead more

A Beginner’s Guide to Recycling Electronics for Your Company

A Beginner’s Guide to Recycling Electronics for Your Company

Every business relies on electronics to run effectively. Even if your company doesn’t have a dedicated IT department, your company still employs electronic equipment to conduct your day-to-day business activities. When those electronics become outdated or unnecessary, they will need to be recycled. Fortunately, recycling electronics for your company isn’t as tiresome as you might think, if you knowRead more

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