Decommissioning your data center doesn’t have to be something that takes you months, years, or even decades to complete. It can be broken down into several smaller, more manageable projects that each have their own timeline and budget.
The most important part of any successful data migration is the planning phase. Make sure you have a plan in place before you start, with clear details of what you're trying to do and an outline of what can go wrong during the move.
E-waste has become a major problem in different world nations due to the limited space available for disposing of these devices. Each year only 10 percent of e-waste is actually recycled securely worldwide, according to statistics from one of the world's largest recyclers, Total Reclaim, and other recycling companies.
Selling or liquidating office furniture is simply the process of selling used office furniture which has still maintained its good quality, shape, and appearance.
If you are in charge of a company undergoing a facility shutdown or buyout, office liquidation service providers can ensure you don’t have to work with multiple companies that may…
Cable abatement is a necessity if you are leaving your current facility or you are upgrading your network because abandoned cables don’t only clutter up walls, closets, and ceilings – they can also become fire hazards.
When you sell your network equipment instead of simply housing it indefinitely, it not only helps conserve your data center’s limited space, but it can also earn you some money. At Liquis, we will not only purchase your network equipment, we’ll buy many of your assets.
Server liquidation is a quintessential component of the IT equipment liquidation process and will need to erased in order to comply with Department of Defense regulations.