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With the rapid digitalization of the economy and ongoing adoption of emerging technologies, 16% of global CO2 emissions will come from ICT by 20401. Government, business and customer organizations therefore increasingly demand greater responsibility and transparency from IT departments around approaches considered or taken to reduce their environmental impact.

The pandemic and rising inflation is further squeezing IT budgets, forcing IT leaders accountable for deploying and maintaining IT hardware and software to do a balancing act – finding ways to cut costs while remaining competitive on the market.  

Following a sustainable approach to IT asset management (ITAM) is one way IT departments can meet both environmental and economic demands.  

By incorporating repair, reuse, and recycling solutions wherever possible throughout the IT equipment lifecycle at acquisition, operation and disposal, IT leaders can maximize value from their assets and drive cost efficiency while reducing their environmental impact. 

With over 37 years’ experience in end-to-end IT Life Services, we help companies transform their use of equipment and align it with a sustainable, lifecycle approach – and now we’d like to offer you our insights on this topic. 

Download our eBook ‘A sustainable approach to IT Asset Management (ITAM)’ and discover actionable techniques you can start implementing today to optimize your IT strategy to protect your profitability as well as the planet.

1. Journal of Cleaner Production 2017 & Shift Project 2020

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