How Mobile Asset Management Contributes to a Circular Economy

Proper IT asset management is the key to creating a sustainable closed-loop circular economy, especially when it comes to mobile asset management. The world is overrun with technology, but the primary device used across the globe is mobile phones. Statistics show that 7.26 billion people in the world own a mobile phone, 6.64 billion of…

Dangers of Self Repair Include Setting Your House on Fire

As technology evolves, it also becomes more expensive. Newer smartphone models range anywhere from $800-$1,000 and higher depending on size, storage capacity etc. Repairing devices can be almost as expensive as purchasing a new one, which is leading many consumers on the quest to repair their device elsewhere. Instead of getting slapped with a bill…

Contributing to a Circular Economy in the ITAD Space

The economy functions in a specific linear cycle, materials are taken from the earth and used to make products, and after those products are used they are most often thrown away. Over time this creates an abundance of all different types of waste. The recycling industry aims to reduce as much waste as possible through…

3 Reasons Not to Repair Your Own Smartphone

Right to Repair has been a controversial issue in the tech world in recent years, which encourages users to seek repair options other than OEMs for their devices. One by one many tech companies have begun expanding their repair services to allow for third-party or self-repairs, with Apple being the most recent to amend their…

The Trick & Treats of the Trade

Happy Halloween! October is the time for all things spooky, and what’s scarier than electronic waste? Whether it’s robotic spiders or magnetic lights, it’s important to have a disposition plan for any electronics you plan to retire after your spooktober festivities. Navigating crowded neighborhoods can be a nightmare, and running out of candy during the…