Integrating Risk Management

Integrating Risk Management

In today’s digital world, all organizations face IT risks irrespective of their size. ITAD entails getting rid of unwanted or obsolete IT resources in an ecologically-responsible and safe manner. It’s an important part of risk management and should be incorporated into your company’s corporate data security strategy.

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Considering ITAD or Recycling?

Considering ITAD or Recycling?

What if we said you might be sitting on value you don’t even know is there? Now what if we told you that there is value in the old IT Assets and Electronics sitting in your IT closet just waiting to be replaced or upgraded?

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Let’s talk efficiency

Let’s talk efficiency

Inefficiencies in the data center can cause equipment failure leading to downtime. And this
could impact your entire business operations. Knowing what’s in your data center is the first
step toward improving energy efficiencies and reducing costs.

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Do you need an ITAD program

Do you need an ITAD program

The question is not, “Do I need an ITAD program?” You do!

Not only do you need a program, but your program must ensure it includes 100% of devices that company owned, as well as those that are employee or contractor owned and have company data residing on them.

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Benefits of Data Center Consolidation

Benefits of Data Center Consolidation

Once you’ve determined you need a more solid platform strategy for your data center,
the next step is to migrate and/or consolidate. To achieve this goal in a timely and secure fashion, it may require the help of an IT Asset Disposition (ITAD) provider, such as OceanTech, that understands the varying dynamics of the data center environment.
off-premises. However, the process of migrating data does open up the possibility of key risks and vulnerabilities. For this reason, it is important to have a robust strategy in place for mitigating the cybersecurity risks during cloud migration.

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ITAD And The Circular Economy

ITAD And The Circular Economy

The term “circular economy” is a rather new concept. It’s much more than just a catchphrase – it’s a totally different approach to IT Asset Disposition (ITAD), as well as waste and asset management, that ensures sustainable growth over time. A Circular Economy reduces material use, redesigns materials to be less resource intensive and recaptures “waste” as a resource to manufacture new materials and products.
off-premises. However, the process of migrating data does open up the possibility of key risks and vulnerabilities. For this reason, it is important to have a robust strategy in place for mitigating the cybersecurity risks during cloud migration.

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Cloud Migration and Data Security

Cloud Migration and Data Security

One of the greatest benefits of utilizing cloud-based data centers is that your organization’s data is held securely
off-premises. However, the process of migrating data does open up the possibility of key risks and vulnerabilities. For this reason, it is important to have a robust strategy in place for mitigating the cybersecurity risks during cloud migration.

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What is E-Waste and why is it such a problem?

What is E-Waste and why is it such a problem?

E-waste refers to electronic products that are unwanted, not working and nearing or at the end of their useful life, ie., computers, VCR’s, fax machines, IT servers and racks, and almost anything that has a battery or basic cord. Because many people don’t give much thought to where their e-waste goes, you might not know of any other way to dispose of it other than to simply throw it into the trash, which ultimately ends up in landfills – which is bad for the environment.

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Earth Day

Earth Day

As Earth Day 2022 draws near, let’s take a closer look at how ITAD services can help organizations manage their e-waste correctly.

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Data Center Discovery and Teardown

Data Center Discovery and Teardown

Over the next few years, data center technology spending will unsurprisingly continue to grow. Once your new IT assets arrive, the old ones need to be taken offline and decoupled from the corporate infrastructure. Each data-bearing device must be completely uninstalled, stripped of its network and accounted for.

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