IDG Contributor Network: How to get rid of the digital dust by creating a sustainable device plan
What to do with old phones? The below article shows you a couple of options.
Okay, let’s all face it…we all have older feature phones, flip phones, smartphones, and even our beloved Blackberry devices sitting in our office drawers or stored away in boxes or elsewhere. On average, companies replace wireless devices every 2 to 3 years and it may also shock you that many have no clear plan on what to do with the old devices. It is time to get rid of that digital dust and think about incorporating a specific policy and plan for employees. A corporate sustainability program that includes policy, procedure and a plan for recycling technology devices not only benefits the environment, but may also add to your operating bottom line as device buyback programs can provide for hefty financial benefits if performed properly.
As a CIO or CTO, you and your team are responsible for a long range of corporate-liable technology buying, and this includes selection, onboarding, issuance, security, management,…
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