Published OnMay 28, 2021For most businesses, there’s a growing recognition that IT Asset Disposition (ITAD) isn’t just about managing e-waste.
For most businesses, there’s a growing recognition that IT Asset Disposition (ITAD) isn’t just about managing e-waste. Organizations know that limiting data privacy risk, lowering Total Cost of Ownership (TCO), and ensuring sustainable business operations requires a complete lifecycle approach to managing hardware assets – including a set of well-documented and implemented policies and procedures. Despite this fact, 60% of medium-to-enterprise size organizations have no ITAD program in place. Half of businesses hold on to end-of-life IT assets, and worse, nearly one quarter don’t wipe data from those assets. In this recent article in ITAK magazine I lay out five steps to building a secure and sustainable ITAD program: