Retire IT, managed IT disposal and logistics

Kyle Marks, the Founder and CEO of Retire-IT which is a critical component of effective IT Asset Disposal and Logistics joins Enterprise Radio. Retire-IT provides independent 3rd-party validation of all ITAD activities. Retire-IT impartially manages retirement, recycling, and remarketing of unwanted computer equipment to eliminate conflicts-of-interest, unnecessary costs, and compliance concerns.

Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Kyle Marks discuss the following:

  • What is IT asset disposal?
  • What are the main risks associated with ITAD?
  • What is the big issue with employee theft of retired equipment?
  • Why haven’t we heard much about the issue of employee theft of retired equipment?
  • What can an organization do to protect itself?
  • What does Retire-IT do to protect organizations?
  • Is it safe for an organization to sell its retired equipment?

Duration: 13:54

Kyle is the Founder and CEO of Retire-IT. Prior to founding Retire-IT, Kyle was an executive with RetroBox, a leading IT asset disposal company, now part of Arrow Electronics. Previously, Kyle was an executive with WEGO Systems, a consultant with Bain & Company, and held numerous marketing positions with Maybelline. Kyle has a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Business Administration from Rhodes College, and a Masters in Business Administration from the Harvard Business School.

In addition to his role at Retire-IT, Kyle serves as the Chairman of the ADISA’s (Asset Disposal & Information Security Alliance) North American Advisory Council. Kyle is also a Certified Hardware Asset Manager Professional (CHAMP) from the International Association of Information Technology Asset Managers (IAITAM).

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