Experience has shown us time and again that IT departments hang onto network hardware that isn't being used. For whatever reason, the equipment isn't installed or used in any way.
This is the kind of thing we hear all the time...
We have a bunch of stuff sitting here. We have it stacked up in the room back there. We just kinda don't use it.
These companies purchased this equipment and now it is LITERALLY collecting dust!
So let's stop and think about this for a minute:
Conclusion: Company paid good money to lose money and waste space.
If this sounds crazy, it is. And it happens all the time.
Sell your used network hardware. Don't sit on it.
Leverage Your Used Network Equipment Instead
This might sound obvious, but why are so many people sitting and watching their expensive network hardware lose value while it provides nothing of value to their organization?
Sell it... smartly.
Find a well-established network hardware provider that will buy used network hardware. You want to make sure they are reputable. You want them to give you fair price for the equipment. You want them to consider any data security issues regarding the exchange of your hardware. (Learn more about the smart way to sell your network hardware at the bottom of this post).
If you work with the right network hardware company, you will find this to be an easy and rewarding process that will give you a substantial amount of money to help you do more with less.
In this guide, you will get tips on:
Protecting your sensitive information on your network hardware
Protecting your reputation
Reducing or eliminating shipping costs
Getting maximum value for your hardware
Finding a reliable partner