Discard culture remains king, especially when it comes to our personal and mobile devices. But new research from Stanford aims to change that.
Although it’s still a niche market, functioning within actual augmented and virtual realities is becoming increasingly more common consumers. But first, what’s the difference?
ATLANTA, May 2nd, 2016 – Apto Solutions today announced that James Kilkelly has been named a finalist for the 2016 QuantumShift program, a week-long entrepreneurial development program recognizing highly successful entrepreneurs and executives of U.S. high-growth private companies. James Kilkelly, along with a group of other finalists, was selected after a rigorous nomination and application process overseen by KPMG LLP and the University Of Michigan’s Ross School of Business. The program, to be held at the University of Michigan, will kick off in early May 2016.
As we head into the Gartner Symposium this coming week, I wanted to take a moment to focus on a topic that will continue to be emphasized by Gartner for the remainder of the year: bimodal IT. Not just the basic plan of separating your IT development into two halves, traditional and innovative – that’s been done to death. At Apto Solutions, we specialize in the afterlife of IT, so I wanted to give you the ITAD take.