It’s no secret that the world has changed radically—and rapidly—due to the threat of COVID-19. Seemingly overnight and all at once, more Americans than ever began working remotely, resulting in plenty of challenges for employees, families, and employers alike,... View Article
With the end of Windows 7 support set to end in January 2020, if your business or organization is still using the platform, you might be wondering if you really need to upgrade your tech. Maybe you’ve put off upgrading equipment to cut... View Article
Disposing of electronics such as computers, audio/visual equipment, batteries, and printers—items that may contain hazardous materials—is no easy feat. It’s hard to know what to do with them, and improperly disposing of them can come with legal ramifications and hefty... View Article
The Sadoff Iron & Metal Oshkosh location changed its focus from scrap metal recycling to electronics recycling and data destruction. Starting December 21, 2018, the Oshkosh location focus is solely e-waste like old IT equipment, phones, computers, and more. This... View Article
If you’re one of the many I.T. professionals planning your personal and department goals for 2019, you’re not alone. Technology, security, and equipment are constantly changing, requiring I.T. professionals to be on the cutting edge when it comes to... View Article
The improper disposal of electronic waste is becoming a global epidemic. This fast-growing type of trash is ending up in the wrong places and posing risks to the environment and human health.
You program a brand-new computer for an employee, unhook the old equipment, set up the new, and now you’re left with an outdated computer. It sits on your desk for a while until you build up the courage to... View Article