What happened to the old saying, “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it?” Well, we hate to say it, but most IT processes are very, very broken.
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 — finishing well.
With all of the moving pieces, data security, and the amount of money at stake, IT asset decommissioning projects can overwhelm your team with complexities. How do you make sure the project starts off on the right foot? Here’s how our Project Management team sets up for success!
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.