The c-suite executive's guide to itad


While there’s always been a need for ITAD, it has now become on every CIO and tech executive’s radar.

15 April 202212 min
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For as long as organisations have been investing in new IT assets, they’ve also been retiring the old ones—all the servers, hard drives, laptops and other data bearing IT devices that have reached their end of life. Formally, this process is known as ITAD—IT Asset Disposition. ITAD has always been a necessity, but frequently not viewed as a priority. However, that’s now changing.

This Executive Guide to ITAD looks at this shift and what it means for CIOs and other C-suite executives.

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