When it’s time to refresh your IT infrastructure, there are many considerations that organizations have when it comes to removing their existing equipment. Among these considerations, security poses the greatest concern. Following this, companies also worry about the environment and contributing to poor disposal practices outside of their control – not to mention the costs associated. Compugen Finance Inc.’s Green4Good program changes the mold by actually buying old hardware from companies and ensures that these assets are either disposed of or recycled in a responsible and secure process. Not only is the Green4Good program secure and environmentally considerate, but the program can even get value out of the old hardware and return it to the organization or donate it to charities on your behalf. Read a recent story about Green4Good in IT Business, or go to the website.
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Security, environment and cost key asset disposal concerns
Posted By Joel Doucette October 07, 2012 in
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