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Hardware Asset Management: Withdrawn/Discontinued Computer & Server Equipment

Hardware Asset Management Basics

hardware asset management at IT XchangeA well-rounded IT plan for your organization calls for thorough hardware asset management. Finances, contracts, and inventory are essential factors of a hardware asset management plan. Evaluating these factors as they relate to your organization's computer and server hardware allows you to develop extreme visibility when it comes to your IT infrastructure. This clarity benefits your organization in many ways.

Hardware asset management tracks and manages the physical components of your IT infrastructure - namely, computers and servers. This process requires your organization to maintain a detailed list of computer and server inventory. It calls for the management of hardware contracts and leases. Hardware asset management also requires a full analysis of the finances related to purchasing, maintaining, and ultimately replacing computers and servers. The lifecycle of the hardware, from procurement and installation to maintenance and retirement, is carefully evaluated during the hardware asset management process.

 

Benefits of Hardware Asset Management

 
Managing your IT inventory is a simpler process when a detailed hardware asset management plan is in place. Closely monitoring your inventory allows you to identify when a piece of equipment will require maintenance or replacement. You will be prepared when a lease or warranty is about to end. With this knowledge, you will be able to better plan for future IT purchases as well. Knowing that some computers or servers are nearing the end of their lifecycle -- either due to age or an expiring lease agreement -- means you won't be caught off guard when the hardware does require replacement.
 
Cost Savings
 
Hardware asset management can bring with it substantial cost savings for your organization. First, you can better budget for your hardware costs when you see your hardware asset management plan intricately mapped out for your organization. You can anticipate hardware-related expenses rather than simply react to them. Long-term budgets for hardware can be implemented and adhered to thanks to these plans. You will also be able to share hardware within the organization, rather than investing in yet another piece of equipment simply because your hardware is not properly managed.
 
Contact UsHAM and Withdrawn or Discontinued Computers
 
Eventually, your hardware asset management plan will require you to invest in new equipment for your organization. When this need for new hardware arises, working with a trusted vendor to purchase withdrawn/discontinued computer and server equipment can be a highly beneficial relationship. Whether you want to buy a new line of hardware for your organization or simply want to replace specific computers and parts, choosing withdrawn/discontinued equipment can result in substantial savings for your organization. When manufacturers roll out new models, these withdrawn/discontinued models will drop in price. Investing in this hardware, then, will cost less and better fit into your overall IT budget. Despite the savings, your organization will still enjoy supreme customer service and assistance when working with vendors for this discontinued equipment.
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