On Wednesday, April 22 the world celebrates Earth day – a time to reflect on what we’re doing to help preserve our beautiful planet. When you’re choosing an IT team, are you choosing one that’s effective, budget-friendly, and environmentally conscious?
We know what many other IT service companies don’t know. There are several courses of action that will not only help to improve your business and increase productivity, but also show conscious effort to help keep our Earth clean.
So, what is PC Help Services doing to help out both your business and our earth this year?
Old, outdated hardware needs constant care, upkeep and attention. Those systems consume more power than advanced, newer designs, which are created to save power and reduce your output. Not only will getting you updated allow your business to work with the latest technology – streamlining work and improving output – but you’ll also reduce the costs of maintenance and your eco footprint while doing so.
If you’re replacing your desktop systems, it’s important that you have your IT team take care of it to ensure your data is safely removed and that hard disks are properly wiped and destroyed if necessary.
We’ll make arrangements with local electronic recyclers to make sure that your systems are properly recycled – or, rather than just trashing your machines, we also prep systems for donation to non-profits, schools, or resale to your staff if they’re in adequate shape.
Every little thing counts – let us handle any boxes from your new hardware so we can ensure they’re properly recycled.
Choosing the right IT service team can also mean helping out the environment – this Earth Day, we’ll be providing efficient, cost-effective, and environmentally friendly solutions.
Let us clear up your clutter – literally and figuratively. To get set up with the best IT solutions that will benefit both your business and our environment, contact PC Help Services at email@example.com or by phone at (317) 585-0500.
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