Asset Disposition

Softnetworks Asset Disposition

A Good Way to Go Green!

Within your company or organization, your end-of-life IT assets present a number of challenges monetarily, ethically, and environmentally. As you strive to combat those challenges, you have to consider:

How do you decommission assets while complying with numerous privacy laws and not compromising data security?
How can you dispose of electronics that are obsolete and non-repairable without contributing to environmental hazards, pollution, and adding to landfills?
How is it possible to help reduce pollution on our planet while electronic devices are wasting away?
  With Softnetworks here, you no longer need to worry. Our IT Asset Disposition Program provides a simple, cost-effective, and safe solution to those problems. We will provide a customized solution to assist you in disposing of decommissioned assets in a compliant and environmentally friendly manner. By letting us help you with your end-of-life assets, you are able to:

Ensure compliance with various regulations such as Sarbanes-Oxley, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), and Gramm-Leach-Bliley. This works by taking advantage of our rigorous data security and compliance procedures. Softnetworks will create an audit trail from your front door to our secure data destruction facility, which meets strict Department of Defense standards.

Help save the planet by making sure your obsolete and non-repairable equipment is broken down into small components and disposed of in the proper manner. Our Softnetworks team, as well as our partners, can help you with a zero landfill policy and compliance with all local, state, and federal electronic waste regulations. Your end-of-life assets will not add to an already overburdened landfill system or be shipped overseas, making our asset disposition program into a green and environmentally friendly endeavor.

If you would like additional information on this program, or would like to participate, please feel free to contact us today.