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(October 5) ✔Establish A Plan For Outdated Equipment From an IT perspective, dealing with outdated equipment should be part of an overall disposition plan you do within a hardware assetmanagement program, says Darin Stahl, lead research analyst at Info-Tech Research Group. Dealing with outdated equipment should “just be an outcome of your end-to-end hardware assetmanagement program, and just one of the disposition options. Plug it into the backend of that process and don’t make it a one-time event or ire sale or yard sale every spring,” he says.

✔Put Your Old Equipment Back In The Market

When seeking a company that will help with your asset disposal, “Look to work with companies with a reputable asset recovery or refurbishing program,” says Brett Femrite, director of business development for Rackmount Solutions (866/207-6631; “They can often provide help in determining the value and inal disposition of your unused IT assets and offer a variety of options to suit your needs.”

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Published: October 5, 2012
Last Revised: October 24, 2012

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