The recent digital transformation has made life a little more difficult for IT and facilities directors when it comes to keeping up with a hybrid workplace. Remote working has proven useful to many workers, however, as businesses learn to support hybrid offices certain IT aspects can become stressful to maintain, and Microsoft has recently launched a new program to help smooth the process.
The tech giant developed a device trade-in solution that “makes it easy for businesses to receive cash back for their existing meeting room video conferencing equipment and desktop phones when switching to Microsoft Teams”, according to the company’s statement. Microsoft has partnered with a company that specializes in running global device trade-in programs. Network Value buys back IT equipment with resale value such as video conferencing and desktop phone devices at market competitive prices. Their goal is to make the entire process of upgrading hardware more convenient for enterprises who use Microsoft Teams by leveraging the value of the client’s existing equipment. With one phone call, Network Value will provide clients with a quote on their inventory, eliminating the need for them to waste valuable time and resources to do it themselves.
While the value of a device depends on market conditions, device condition, age and overall demand, Network Value will also provide options for the safe disposition of hardware with no resale value. Safe IT asset disposition is critical in keeping our environment clean, and can be detrimental to users’ health if not properly pursued.
HOBI International is a premiere IT and mobile asset disposition enterprise with a focus on maximizing economic return and mitigating potential environmental liability. With 30 years in the industry, HOBI offers a range of top-tier services from data security and data center services, to mobility managed services and reverse logistics.
To get started on your trade-ins, visit the Device Trade-In for Microsoft Teams webpage, and for more information about HOBI’s ITAD services call 817-814-2620, or contact HOBI at email@example.com.