Things to Consider when Hiring an ITAD Vendor
There are many things to consider when choosing an ITAD vendor, and many services offered aside from the simple idea of retiring old electronics. New companies seeking a clean, environmentally safe way to dispose of their IT assets should consider topics such as integrated service offerings, secure logistics programs, facility security, data erasure, environmental impacts, vendor certification and more, all of which are offered and implemented here at HOBI International Inc.
New “Horizon Workrooms” Facebook App Creates a Virtual Workspace
Facebook’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg launched Horizon Workrooms, a virtual reality application that allows users to personalize avatars and interact with colleagues in a virtual work setting via the company’s Oculus Quest VR headset. The app also allows users to change the setting to accommodate brainstorming sessions or presentations. In an exclusive interview with “CBS This Morning”, Zuckerberg explained the new app and the possibilities of VR in the future with host Gayle King in a virtual reality interview, where he demonstrated how the app works.
Maximize Value in IT Assets Before Recycling
Retiring old IT assets can be an afterthought for many companies, but something else that may escape notice is the electronics, among those ready for recycling, that have yet to reach the end of their lifecycle. Devices with a little more value to spare can be beneficial to ITAD companies who offer additional life extension services such as refurbishment and resale. Maximizing value on old IT assets means maximum ROI for the company, and can be achieved through the following steps.
Labor Shortages Weight on ITAD Industry
A key element in the recycling industry is developing an efficient order of operations so that the process runs smoothly and clients are satisfied. For this to occur adequate labor is required for every step of the process to ensure deadlines are met. However, labor shortages in the trucking industry along with warehouse staffing are causing concern for ITAD and reverse logistics companies.