Below is a recap of this week’s blog posts including how mobility managed services can maximize enterprise IT asset value, the two European countries who are aiming to recycle heat from data centers, changes to the ITAD industry addressed by HOBI president, and a brief overview of MWC 2022.
After several years, many companies decide to upgrade their IT equipment in favor of newer models, but this doesn’t have to be the end for old IT assets. Many electronics still have some use left in them even after they are retired, and they can still be beneficial to a business through mobility managed services. Mobility managed services offer an opportunity to maximize IT asset value through repair, remarketing and resale.
Data centers are one of the most important assets an enterprise may own. They house enormous amounts of private enterprise and employee data, but they also emit enormous amounts of heat that typically goes unused. In efforts to be more environmentally conscious, two European countries are coming together to repurpose a resource generally regarded as useless.
The 2022 E-Scrap Conference began Monday, Sep. 19, in New Orleans, where industry leaders from all over the world come together to connect and discuss news and changes within the e-scrap industry. Among the featured speakers was HOBI co-founder and president, Craig Boswell, who participated on the State of the Sector panel that kicked off Tuesday’s sessions.
Representing the North American wireless communications industry, the Mobile World Congress trade show takes place Sep. 28-30 in Las Vegas. MWC is an annual mobile-specific event where industry leaders come together to explore themes that shape the world and participate in debates about trending technology topics.