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10 Reasons to Buy Pre-Owned IT Hardware

10 Reasons to Buy Pre-Owned IT Hardware Whether your business is just starting out or already thriving, utilizing a channel alternative approach to IT procurement could save your company money—40–70% in fact, according to Gartner. Many organizations that have turned to the secondary market out of necessity are seeing the benefits of working with independent distributors. Here [...]

How Long Will the Chip Shortage Last?

The global chip shortage continues, and in this highly-digitized world where chips help power essentially everything—from cars to IT devices, to everyday appliances, and even toothbrushes, no industry has remained unscathed from the adverse impact of the chip shortage crisis. Tiny Chips, Huge Crisis According to a Semiconductor Supply Chain report released by the US Department of Commerce in [...]

WD’s 6.5-Exabyte Mishap: How to Face the Fallout

WD’s 6.5-Exabyte Mishap: How to Face the Fallout The contamination accident in a Western Digital partner’s facility last month, which resulted in a massive 6.5-exabyte loss, is expected to trigger a price hike in flash SSD products. Sadly, this isn’t the only problem businesses are running into in the IT hardware supply chain: raw material shortages, lengthened [...]

Avoiding Hardware Surcharges Amidst Increasing OEM Lead Times

Avoiding Hardware Surcharges Amidst Increasing OEM Lead Times IT global supply chains are currently experiencing one of the most prolonged and widespread disruptions in recent history. And, as if increasing OEM lead times weren’t causing enough trouble already, businesses are now also getting hit with hardware surcharges. Is there any end in sight for all this madness? [...]

The Benefits of Working with Licensed Customs Brokers in Supply Chain

International shipments already come with heavy logistical burdens to shoulder in-house. Even the smallest error or miscalculation on your end could cause your time-sensitive hardware shipment to be detained at the border—not to mention the penalties and added fines you could accrue as a result. This logistical burden isn’t one that many companies are equipped to take on. [...]

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