How can your recycling process improve the future of your infrastructure? Iteration and the ability to move quickly. When it comes to agility, we should look to the companies that need to be the most agile: startups. They learn step-by-step and have to move quickly or they will die.
Where do electronics go when they die? Why do we send them there? Do all servers go to heaven? We will answer these questions and more in this series covering the basic ideas of IT Asset Disposition (ITAD). Each post will introduce (or reintroduce) tech specialists to the afterlife of IT from ‘how to’ to ‘have to’. […]
Do you remember the first time you put on a pair of glasses? Maybe, like me, you were in middle school, sitting in the doctor’s chair and looking out the window as he slid the glasses down onto the bridge of your nose for the first time. Suddenly, everything was clear. The greens in the trees seem brighter… and are […]
If you’re like most IT leaders, your life revolves around numbers: response SLAs, Uptime, Performance, Utilization. So when I ask you about reverse logistics, first let me give you an eye-popping number – $200,000,000,000 – Two Hundred Billion Dollars in returns annually. That’s the annual value of product returns […]
Whether you’re a consultant or an internal project team, finishing well isn’t just about doing the job and walking away to the next engagement. What happens as you leave matters just as much, if not more. We’ve talked about starting well and how to adjust mid-course. This time we’ll cover the most crucial part — […]
Faster hardware refresh cycles contribute to e-waste and introduce a “brave new world” for ITAD