AnythingIT Publishes Article in Information Technology Asset Knowledge Magazine
ITAK Magazine publishes article by David Bernstein, CEO, AnythingIT, titled, “Nontraditional IT Asset Disposal – Disposing More than Computers”
AnythingIT, Inc., (OTCBB: ANYI), a leading information technology electronics recycler and e-waste handler serving both government and commercial markets, announced the publication of a new article titled, “Nontraditional IT Asset Disposal – Disposing More than Computers” in ITAK – Information Technology Asset Knowledge Magazine, published by the International Association of IT Asset Managers. The article, found in volume 8, issue 5 of the magazine, evaluates the importance of a good disposal plan for electronic equipment not traditionally thought of as part of a standard disposal plan.
AnythingIT CEO, David Bernstein writes, “What does this mean for organizations that have IT equipment to get rid of? They need to find an IT asset disposal vendor that can return value for their networking, telephony, and office equipment, as well as for their computers. Simply recycling, without knowing if there is value left in the equipment through resale or metal recovery, has the potential for lost revenue.”
AnythingIT is a leading asset management vendor and e-waste handler serving OEM’s, Equipment Resellers, government and enterprise clients. Services provided by the company include: data scrubbing, shredding, inventory management, repair and remarketing of equipment and recycling of parts and materials. AnythingIT has been operating since 1992 and is a GSA Schedule Holder who has achieved R2 and ISO 14001 certification.
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