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Business-as-Usual (BAU) Support for Your IT Projects

Business-as-Usual (BAU) Support for Your IT Projects Toggling between Business-as-Usual (BAU) tasks and project work can be a tough balancing act, but it’s something that all organizations have to deal with. After all, while BAU work keeps the business operations running smoothly and profitably, companies who want to remain competitive and innovative, also need to work on IT [...]

Unlocking the Value of Responsible ITAD for the Enterprise

As we go further along into the technological era, proper ITAD or IT Asset Disposition should be an integral part of every organization. After all, with the growing sophistication of IT hardware and with companies allocating significant IT budgets for hardware spending, a lot of planning should also be put into the disposal of millions of metric tons [...]

Device-as-a-Service – Streamlining your EUC Needs

A couple of years ago, the Device-as-a-Service concept would have just sounded like another tech vendor’s overzealous attempt to board the -as-a-Service train. Fast forward one pandemic later, it’s increasingly looking like the perfect answer to meeting a wide range of End User Computing (EUC) needs in these uncertain times and beyond. What is Device as a Service [...]

Planning an EUC Transition (and Why You Need BAU Support)

Staying at the leading edge of your field means your end users need technology that can keep up with them. With end users working remotely, companies face new challenges maintaining business-as-usual (BAU) when planning their next EUC transition. Your global workforce needs to remain as productive as possible, and a successful EUC transition−with BAU support−makes that possible. Outlining [...]

Gartner’s 2020 Market Guide for IT Asset Disposition Features Atlanta-Based CentricsIT

Atlanta, Dec 2nd, 2020 – Leading IT research firm Gartner recently released its 2020 Market Guide for IT Asset Disposition, featuring CentricsIT as a noted provider. Gartner releases report titled, “Market Guide for IT Asset Disposition,” compiled by Rob Schafer and Christopher Dixon. This report was published on November 30, 2020. Readers must be a Gartner subscriber to [...]

The Benefits of Certified Data Destruction

Your hardware is moving out of your data center and you need to send out for recycling and proper disposal. However, before you can get started, you need to make sure your data is securely wiped or destroyed. With companies needing their internal IT teams focused on more strategic tasks, and because they need a certificate of data [...]

IT Resources for Enabling Telework During COVID-19

Keeping Your Business Up and Running During the Outbreak Even the most comprehensive disaster recovery planning is unlikely to account for a global health crisis like we face together now. The spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) has rocked global markets and impacted daily life and business in a way that was nearly impossible to prepare for. While the health [...]

Responsible Enterprise E-Recycling: Staying Secure When Going Green

Companies are searching for new and better ways to become more sustainable. As talent and clients alike are looking to partner with environmentally conscious enterprises, finding the right responsible enterprise e-recycling solution is rising on the list of strategic initiatives. For those companies, the first step towards a greener culture starts in their data centers. More than 40 [...]

The Deadline to Migrate to Windows 10 Has Passed: What Now?

For those who recently missed the deadline to migrate to Windows 10, extended Windows 7 support will be costly. And, with the current state of the threat landscape, companies can’t afford to go without critical patching and updates. Those organizations who haven’t migrated to Windows 10 yet or executed a Microsoft Enterprise Agreement for 2020 are currently looking [...]

New Year, New IT Budget—Spend Wisely

A new year means a new IT budget. You could spend time that you don’t have re-structuring your operations, tweaking your networks, cost-cutting infrastructure, and generally cutting corners—all for small percentage savings with no real guarantee. There’s lower-hanging fruit for cost-optimization. Rather than expend exorbitant time and effort, you could take more logical and efficient measures that don’t [...]

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