A data center can keep its value through time because of its expensive materials, but it is so much more than metal and plastic parts put together. These valuable materials are helpful in the manufacturing of new equipment.
Author: Melannie Cruz
We are frequently erasing chats, pictures, and files inside our phones. Erasing data appears to be simple, but it can be more complicated than it seems because equipment often retains sensitive information that must be wiped by a professional.
There are no limits when it comes to our home Wi-Fi. Since many people continue working and learning remotely, we all want the best Wi-Fi routers so our internet can be faster and without lag.
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It is unbelievable how much we can do with just a simple click. Tech has been part of our lives since many years ago, but it became a top priority since the beginning of the pandemic. Social distance just turned tech devices into our teachers, colleagues, and even our friends. We had already learned that our servers are much more than plastic and metal. Even if it is new or obsolete, every IT asset is valuable because of its precious elements such as aluminum, gold, lithium, etc. Remember that e-waste is different than regular waste, you cannot just throw your non-functional devices in the trash.
It has been many years since the launch of the very first phone system. The first telephone would never fit in your jean’s pockets nowadays and therefore the first cellphones were created. Older generations will always remember the unbreakable Nokia or the great Motorola. They were such a trend, but it was time to create a smarter device that could be extra helpful. Twenty years ago, we would never think how much a tiny smart device could help us. With our smartphone, we can use uber eats, WhatsApp, Waze, and I'm still wondering how we used to live without these things.