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Kyle Marks is the Founder and CEO of Retire-IT.
Retire-IT is effective management of IT asset disposition. Retire-IT pioneered disposal tags to perfect asset tracking and deter employee theft. Retire-IT software automates inventory reconciliation to certify chain-of-custody and instantly detect losses. Retire-IT eliminates compliance concerns, conflicts-of-interest, and unnecessary costs associated with IT asset disposition.
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.
Today there are more than 400 certified recyclers. Who you chose is not as important as how you manage IT asset disposition. Organizations can outsource recycling but not responsibility. Privacy laws mandate adequate safeguards. Compliance requires effective security controls. Reliance on recyclers can
create a false sense of security that blinds executives to bigger threats. Without adequate controls, trusted insiders take retired computers. Losses go undetected when employees are expected to self-report incidents. ITAD is the weakest link in information security. Chain-of-custody is not a catchphrase. Outsourcing is no substitute for effective management. Certified recycling is necessary but not sufficient. Retire-IT is effective management of IT asset disposition. Retire-IT pioneered disposal tags to perfect asset tracking and deter employee theft. Retire-IT software automates inventory reconciliation to certify chain-of-custody and instantly detect losses. Retire-IT eliminates compliance concerns, conflicts-of-interest, and unnecessary costs associated with IT asset disposition.
This is a collection of comments, rants, musings, and links to articles of interest for anyone serious about ITAD. The views expressed are opinions of individuals and not necessarily those of Retire-IT (unless, of course, they make a lot of sense and then we would like to take some credit).
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