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Solutions on Managing Global Data Center Equipment Efficiently and Securely
WEST CHICAGO, IL --(Marketwired - March 22, 2016) - Sims Recycling Solutions (SRS), a leading provider of global IT asset disposition (ITAD) services will host a complimentary webinar regarding global data center IT asset management. This webinar will take place on Tuesday, April 26, 2016 at 2 p.m. EDT and will follow with a live question-and-answer session. Registration can take place on the landing page and participants will learn how to identify best practices for global data center IT asset disposition when dealing with multiple vendors, regulations and equipment.
Specifically this webinar will help participants:
This webinar is appropriate for anyone involved in the management of data center IT equipment. Ensuring secure and responsible IT asset disposition is critical to protect a company from data threats and maximize the value of its equipment.
SRS is committed to inspiring businesses and consumers to actively manage the environmental and data privacy risks that persist on legacy IT assets.
Sims Recycling Solutions
Sims Recycling Solutions (www.SimsRecycling.com) is the global leader in electronics reuse and recycling. We have over 20 years' experience in comprehensive IT asset disposition and mobile device refurbishment services either directly or through acquired businesses. Sims provides disposition services for all types of retired electronic equipment to local, national and global customers in every business sector including data centers, healthcare, financial service and technical organizations.
As a part of Sims Metal Management Limited, the world's leading publicly listed metal and electronics recycler, Sims Recycling Solutions has the global reach, expertise, and infrastructure necessary to ensure to our customers that all electronic devices are processed in a secure and environmentally responsible manner.
Sims international footprint of operations across 21 countries enables us to offer a global scope of services on a myriad of local fronts.
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