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(ITAD100) IT Asset Disposition: Fundamentals

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An organization’s IT asset disposition policy asks, “How many working devices do I have and how many do I need to dispose?” With a focus on mobile devices, this course covers the benefits of an IT asset disposition program, the value proposition it offers, and the certifications which demonstrate sound policies. The value derived from decommissioned devices is discussed, but an emphasis is placed on risk mitigation and environmental protections. This course would not have been possible without the assistance of Cascade Asset Management. Their industry knowledge, and guidance, directly contributed to the success of this course.

Learning Objectives

Upon completing this course, you will have learned how to:
– Recognize the benefits of an IT asset disposition program
– Demonstrate the value proposition associated with properly disposing of IT assets
– Recognize which certifications demonstrate sound IT asset disposition policies
– Match business case elements with their definition
– Demonstrate an understanding of risk mitigation

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60 minutes

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Example of an AOTMP University certificate of achievement.

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Number of Courses Discount Price per Course Total

1

n/a
$298
$298

10

15%
$253
$2,533

20

25%
$224
$4,470

30

35%
$194
$5,811

40

45%
$164
$6,556

50

55%
$134
$6,705

75

60%
$119
$8,940

100

65%
$104
$10,430

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