The ITAM Review

News, reviews and resources for worldwide ITAM, SAM and Licensing professionals.

Tag: electronic waste

Articles

  • Can iFixit fix it for wasted assets? Yes we can!

    iFixit is a company on a mission — and that mission is to teach the world how to repair everything they own. But says the firm, a successful repair often hinges on consumers and users at every level having access to quality replacement parts. Oh yes… all this work is...

  • Re-cycling hardware opens the door to re-cycling software

    In a recent article on process of the month, we looked at a process to address the recycling of software licences on an IT estate, based on the assumption that the hardware was live, and was remaining with the company and also that the software was not being used in a 90 day period. However,...

  • Computer Aid International: “Donating PCs Is Green”

    A UN 2003 analysis stated that at least 240 kilograms of fossil fuels, 22 kilograms of chemicals and 1,500 kilograms of water are required to produce one desktop computer and monitor. Computer Aid International has called upon IT Asset Managers across all industry verticals with a...

  • IT Disposal Best Practice Guide

    This best practice guide has been contributed by UK charity Computer Aid International. The research and recommendations in this guide are aimed at UK companies. However I believe organizations worldwide can benefit from these guidelines. For disposal charities outside of the UK please...

  • Charity Launches Appeal for PC Monitors to Help Fight Poverty

    UK registered charity Computer Aid International is calling for donations of monitors to meet demand from schools, hospitals and charities in Africa and Latin America. The charity needs donations of over 2,500 monitors per month to satisfy demand but is only receiving 30% of this...

Want to have our articles sent to your inbox?

Join 9,000+ subscribers that receive free weekly updates about the SAM, ITAM, and Software Licensing market, upcoming events and unique resources!

If you were previously signed up to our newsletter, please resubscribe here