Even when many automobile makers are designing many different models and offering more accessible prices, the leader of this market continues to be Elon Musk with his famous company, Tesla
Using tech is more of a need than a want these days. Fortunately, there are many free internet tools that we use day-to-day, but what if our government implements a regulation where tech companies have to pay media outlets for news content?
People enjoy technology's benefits daily but not all of us care about the big impact of e-waste on the environment.
Every year thousands of brands launch new tech devices and equipment. Users are always looking to upgrade their old devices by purchasing the new model. This causes a dilemma for a user on what to do with the old unit that is no longer used. It is something sad to see that even when IT Equipment is almost in general designed to have a long-lasting life, the users throw away their old equipment. I make a big emphasis here because 1 or 2 years do not turn your equipment into something old.
Living in the year 2020 allows us to look back and appreciate how years ago tech was not considered an essential tool. Talking about business in the 70's and even in the 80's owning an office with dozens of computers and Wi-Fi was only for big companies because those were the ones who could afford this expense. Same with machines, they were only for those big industries. Fortunately, the manufacturing process has been changing and now the work process is done mainly by AI and different kinds of machines.
When your Cisco equipment is no longer of use to you, it can still provide you with incredible value. By selling your Cisco equipment through a buyback program, you can have a quick, easy revenue source that recaptures residual value and frees up space for new IT assets.