ITAD Technologies coined the acronym LIFE. Because of our deep experience in supporting companies, we understand that, when it comes to IT Asset Disposition (IT Asset Disposal), a comprehensive strategy is needed to address the varying priorities throughout the enterprise. Simply put, different people are motivated by different concerns, and this is especially true in organizations.
Protecting a company’s brand is a priority for a VP of Marketing. Whether it’s called a brand, logo, or a reputation, it is something a business must safeguard. So, if recycled technology from a company ends up in a landfill it can be a big problem!
According to a recent independent report, 11% of drives resold on e-commerce neglected to wipe their drives properly. Corporate executives, like a CIO to make sure all their company’s drives are wiped the right way. This means the erasure of drives to the highest NIST standards. Additionally, it’s critical for businesses to have a technology recycler who can sanitize all types of drives including laptops, desktops, and servers located in their corporate data centers or off-site managed service facilities.
Technology is becoming an ever-growing part of a corporation’s budget. Executives such as a CFO need an asset disposition/e-cycling partner who can help get maximum value back on technology that is no longer in use.
Sometimes protecting corporations’ finances is to avoid potential expenses. A company’s Chief Legal Counsel can protect a company’s finances by avoiding costly litigation because of Superfund, FACTA, COPPA, HIPAA, or GLB violations. Having the right technology asset disposition partner is essential to this protection.
More companies than ever before are implementing a Zero Landfill Policy. why? because It’s smart business it often costs a corporation less than their company’s coffee budget. An organization’s Director of Sustainability needs a certified partner to protect their company as well as our planet.