United States General Services Administration awarded AnythingIT its coveted Schedule 70 award (GS-35F-0439M) for 7 years that allows all Government agencies to procure its services for Trade-In and IT Asset Disposition/Retirement Services.
Itronix & AnythingIT introduce a ruggedized trade-in program designed to be in full to be in full compliance with both government and private sector requirements for IT asset disposition.
For more information please visit: http://www.itronix.com/Products/tradeins/tradeins.asp
Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA) Asset Management Services AnythingIT & CompTIA created a service that helps you determine the best solution for dealing with a growing storehouse of aging technology devices. By delivering a comprehensive asset audit report, you can make cost-effective, informed business decisions. This member service can also manage the implementation of various solutions. For 22 years, the Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA), has been dedicated to advancing the growth of the information technology (IT) industry and those working within it. With more than 20,000 members in 102 countries, CompTIA is the leading global IT trade association with influence in all areas of the IT industry worldwide. Headquartered in Chicago, CompTIA also has offices in Amsterdam, Brussels, Dusseldorf, Hong Kong, Johannesburg, London, Ottawa, Sao Paulo, Singapore, Sydney, Tokyo, Toronto and Washington, D.C. Visit www.comptia.org to learn more about the benefits of membership
AnythingIT & ViewSonic created Recycle + Trade-In Program to assist both ViewSonic resellers and clients in both the Public and Private sectors manage the disposition of monitors and other IT equipment through a comprehensive trade-in program that also eliminates monitors, which are considered hazardous waste) from being discarded improperly.
Upgrade to the latest Fujitsu LifeBook® , Tablet & Storage products and get cash back from AnythingIT when you trade-in your qualifying old computer equipment (any brand)! You can get cash back on your old computer (notebook or desktop), including peripherals like monitors and printers. Plus, instead of going to the landfill, your trade-in may be put to good use in schools and other institutions.
Samsung's S.T.A.R. Program is a free service brought to you by Samsung for our business and consumer customers willing to take responsibility in helping to keep the environment clean. This environmentally conscious program safely reprocesses empty cartridges into their major usable component materials (plastics and resins, metals, non-metal materials, packaging cardboard, and other miscellaneous materials) and then makes those recovered materials available to the raw materials marketplace for reuse in new manufacturing for a range of products. https://pages.samsung.com/starus/index.jsp
Samsung Printcycle Program - http://pages.samsung.com/us/printcycle/PrintCycle.html
AnythingIT and The National Cristina Foundation have partnered to develop a program that ensures that any organization that seeks to donate equipment can now do so with full data security and inventory audits performed prior to placement. This is critical to ensure that no data passes onto the recipient as well as confirming the condition and configuration of assets to be donated. This is vital to both the donor and recipient.
The ARMOR™ brand is based on over 25 years of experience developing computer and display systems that survive in the harshest environments. DRS Tactical Systems has both a strong legacy in military computing and, due to its 2005 acquisition of Walkabout Computers, a rich heritage in industrial tablet computing. The combination of legacy and heritage has resulted in a unique competitive advantage that is now available to its partners. For more information on ARMOR, please visit www.drsARMOR.com.
Partnership with Rock Our Vets(www.rockourvets.org), a non-for profit volunteer organization to create jobs for US Veterans that are continuing their pursuits of an education.
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Gammatech Computer Corporation and AnythingIT announce a low-cost joint IT equipment recycling program for government agencies. In addition to its benefits for government users, the new program allows government equipment resellers to generate new revenue opportunities by attaching margin-building IT asset disposal services to notebook PCs they sell from GammaTech.