The partner you select should be knowledgeable about IT equipment, as well as the laws surrounding data destruction and regulatory compliance, in order to provide the best recommendations for managing the disposition of your assets.

If your equipment can be refurbished and still retains value, you should be paid for it. If remarketing is not an option, compliant recycling should be offered. If your equipment must be destroyed, it should be done in an environmentally and regulatory compliant, fully documented way that minimizes your company’s risks and costs.

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?

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.

Make sure to ask a lots of questions

Make sure to ask a lots of questions

Given the complexities and manpower needs of decommissioning a data center, it’s important to hire a professional who specializes in it.

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