Perhaps your business has procured used phones or laptops only to find them filled with personal information from their previous owners. Or you’ve read about global business giants being fined millions for mishandling disposition of their IT assets. Or you’ve seen very disturbing news reports about landfills in developing countries that are piled high with discarded electronics — devastating the regions they’re in and providing inviting targets for cyber-criminals who know that amidst the trash there’s valuable information available for easy picking.
While acquiring IT assets is usually the big focus in any technology-enabled business strategy, what happens when those IT assets reach end-of-life, but still contain information about the life of the business and its customers, has often been treated more as an afterthought.

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