Below is a recap of this week’s blog posts including why rage rooms have been fined for poor management of hazardous waste, the closing of Amazon’s cloud storage service, tips for finding an all-inclusive ITAD provider and part 1 of the Samsung Galaxy Unpacked August 2022 event.
Electronic waste is typically an afterthought, especially when you’re having fun. Rage Rooms have become a popular outlet for anger in recent years as a place customers can book and smash old electronics and other household items, but questions are rising in regards to the facilities’ proper management of hazardous waste.
The cloud has changed the way we view file storage. Anything from photos to contacts can be stored in the cloud for as long as you need, and cloud storage has become a popular feature for tech companies such as Apple and Google who each use their own versions. Many are unaware that Amazon also uses its own version, Amazon Drive, but due to competing services is set to shut down the service next year.
IT assets are a major component of a smooth running business, especially in this digital age. Phones, computers, tablets, printers, scanners and laptops are a necessity in communicating in-office as well as remotely, and their disposition is even more important. According to TechVera, the average small company spends 6.9% of its revenue on IT, and every few years that equipment needs to be replaced. IT asset disposition is typically an afterthought, usually after hardware begins to pile up in corners and storage closets, but finding an all-inclusive ITAD provider can eliminate the stress of getting rid of excess IT assets.
Yesterday, Samsung held their August Galaxy Unpacked event to announce new products including the Galaxy Z Flip4, Galaxy Buds2 Pro, the Galaxy Watch 5 and Watch 5 Pro, and the Galaxy Z Fold4. Each product includes new features and improvements in performance. Below is a summary of the Samsung Galaxy Unpacked August 2022 event.