Practical Sustainability for Enterprise Mobility

As the world evolves, companies are taking more initiative to do their part in ensuring sustainable economic progress. This is happening through government mandates, industry incentives, or simply because most have come to realize that we all have an impact on the future of the planet.


Nowhere is this more evident than in the IT space. As mobile technology becomes a cornerstone of operations in all industries, the concept of Green IT is taking hold.


Still, too often "being more sustainable" ends with buzzwords and is frequently seen as a burden to speed, efficiency or the bottom line.


It doesn't have to be. There are practical ways for you to meet targets, abide by mandates, and do good at the same time as improving your operations and saving money.


Let us show you how.

SOTI’s inaugural sustainability report, Reduce, Reuse, Rethink: From Discard Mentality to Tech Sustainability, has the latest researchBe in the know and receive your copy of the report today.

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Reduce, Reuse, Rethink: From Discard Mentality to Tech Sustainability

Enterprise e-waste is fast becoming a large but underexplored problem for many industries.

Devices are being thrown away prematurely, as companies seek upgrades and new hardware, without trying to diagnose and fix the devices they have. 

Our inaugural sustainability report, Reduce, Reuse, Rethink: From Discard Mentality to Tech Sustainability, explores how this is not only inadequate from a sustainability perspective, but is also potentially and unnecessarily costing companies money and time. 

What You’ll Uncover in This Report

  • What companies are doing with their devices when they feel they have run their course
  • How companies are facing a dichotomy of wanting to become more sustainable, but not equating that to hardware longevity
  • Why this is leading to wasted money and devices, and contributing to the overall rise of enterprise e-waste
  • Steps that IT professionals can do to make a difference in the sustainability of their organization through device longevity

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