Category Archives: Leased Computer Asset Management

HTG Represents in Orlando!

HTG is in Orlando participating in the Holiday Retirement Annual Leadership Conference and Premier Vendor Showcase.  We are proud to be a Premier Sponsor for this event which brings in Holiday executives, managers and key partners from across the country to network, understand key 2018 objectives and to meet with … Continue reading HTG Represents in Orlando!

It’s a Friendly Reminder!

2017 Client Appreciation Open House is Fast Approaching!

We are very excited about HTG’s Client Appreciation Open House on Thursday, Nov. 16th!  Thanks again to all our sponsors!  Special last shout out to our Premium and Platinum sponsors for your partnership and support! Lenovo            Barracuda  Cradlepoint           Seko  

HTG Newsletter – January 2016

Check out our January Newsletter for latest  news and trends here:   LATEST NEWS The cloud didn’t break the refresh cycle Managers who believed cloud software meant the end of the hardware refresh cycle are playing catch-up. The storage, display, and processing demands of cloud software tax old systems to … Continue reading HTG Newsletter – January 2016

RETIRING  END-OF-LEASE TECHNOLOGY

It is a constant . . . in with the new and out with the old.  Like it or not, changing technology is now as inevitable as the sun rising and setting.  Today we are focused on disposal  of retired end-of-lease IT equipment which is not the same as the disposition … Continue reading RETIRING  END-OF-LEASE TECHNOLOGY

Welcome Holly Marcus!

Welcome Holly Marcus, HTG’s new Director of National Accounts. Holly is a veteran sales consultant for IT life-cycle assets, services and staffing augmentation resources. She has earned a reputation as a consensus builder and relationship maker by creating alliances with channel partners and C-level decision makers. Holly Helps Technology GO … Continue reading Welcome Holly Marcus!

E-Waste & Technology Recycling

Did you know that over 41 million desktop and laptop computers are discarded each year in the United States? That’s 183 million pounds of trash, and 99% of this technology “waste” can be recycled.   E-waste is becoming a major concern as most of it contains materials that can be harmful to … Continue reading E-Waste & Technology Recycling

CIO Full Page Profile

Here’s the CIO full page profile of HTG from the July issue!