The Problems - Many companies are now finding a new
technology problem; getting rid of old technology. Now that
the industry has survived years of growth, the problem arises
of what to do with the growing heaps of electronics.
Old PC's are
not only an eyesore, but also have the following equally non-attractive
of equipment such as old monitors contain lead or other harmful
elements; making them a disposal problem.
The rubble can take up a great deal of space that companies
generally pay for by the foot.
In terms of the environment, over 22 million PC's were manufactured
in 1998. Many many more since then have been manufactured.
Landfills are a wasteful and expensive option.
Our Solution - While old/reduntant hardware may not
run the latest Microsoft operating systems and applications,
they do run other operating systems such as Linux very well.
Your old hardware
can be turned into a router, a data backup system, an email
server, a web server, and much more.
To read more
about these applications click here.
Other Solutions - Organizations exist to handle the onslaught
of technical hardware. Here's a couple: