The current global business disruption is changing technology needs overnight. But new IDG research reveals that many organizations are still working to bring their IT asset disposition (ITAD) program in line with the demands of today’s IT lifecycle management. Organizations are struggling with ITAD strategy, and many are not following best practices.

In these uncertain times, where every dollar is scrutinized and IT budgets are under the microscope, it is more important than ever for organizations to ensure their ITAD program provides value in line with business objectives. At the same time, they must ensure that ITAD is carried out in a secure and sustainable way.

To determine the connection between IT asset disposition and corporate sustainability goals, IDG surveyed IT leaders in the US and UK working in financial services, technology, or healthcare and life sciences at organizations with 5,000+ employees. The goal was also to understand where organizations stand with current ITAD practices, their objectives for these programs, and the challenges that they face.

With more pressure than ever to comply with data security and privacy regulations, organizations need an ITAD strategy that offers secure disposition practices. Organizations now also place a premium on environmental priorities when it comes to ITAD.

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Sustainable, Secure ITAD Is a Must for Business Leaders

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