I recently read an article from Gartner on how to reduce IT spend. Although, they had some great points, I think they missed a mark on a few key way to save money. Today, IT budgets are being pinched, and many companies are asking their IT Departments to do more with less. To help with this ongoing challenge, here are five ways to stretch your IT Budget:
Refresh your data center with a flexible Hardware-as-a Service (HaaS) consumption model through Vista Financial Services. Trade-in your current or aging infrastructure and use it as a down payment for the next generation Data Center. Instead of a large upfront CAPEX purchase, preserve your cash through a much smaller monthly OPEX model. There are many HPE solutions available that can be tailored to fit your exact data center needs. Adding hardware as you grow can easily be co-termed with your existing lease and we will simply adjust your monthly payment.
Attending IAITAM ACE in San Diego? Be sure to stop by the Vista IT Group booth #63 and meet our Asset Recovery specialists, Steve and Molly! They both have a long history in the Asset Recovery business and will be there looking to develop new relationships and to say hello to old friends.
Attending E-Scrap 2018 in New Orleans? Be sure to stop by the Vista IT Group booth #1404 and meet Steve and Molly! They both have a long history in the Asset Recovery business and will be there looking to develop new relationships and to say hello to old friends.
Attending E-Scrap 2017 in Orlando? Be sure to stop by the Vista IT Group booth #711 and meet Steve and Molly! They both specialize in asset recovery and will be handing out awesome swag and can help get you entered for your chance to win a $100 Visa gift card!
Vista focuses on reuse, the greenest form of recycling by purchasing decommissioned, surplus, unwanted, and unused datacenter equipment. Our Asset Recovery programs include cash, credit, consignment and profit sharing. We also offer drive erasure and disposal services to ensure data security. For more information of Vista’s Asset Recovery program, visit our Asset Recovery page.