Beautiful Upcycling of IT Assets

By: In: SITAD On: Aug 28, 2014

In my quest for knowledge about e-waste, I often find striking art and repurposing of computer technology. This display is from a boutique hotel, the James, in NYC. No you aren’t imagining it; the wall is comprised completely out of keys from a LOT of old computer keyboards. PC and Mac.

Doesn’t it make you want to touch it?

Here at Iron Mountain, we’re committed to recycling, repurposing and securely disposing of e-waste. We believe in the kinds of projects shown above and the beauty they have to offer the world; however, we also understand the value of disposing of IT assets properly when no use can be found for them. Concentrating on removing all of your precious data from these assets  in a secure and ecologically-friendly way is top concern for us.

So, what have you done for the environment lately?

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Laurel Earhart

Laurel Earhart joined Iron Mountain in 2014 as the Secure IT Asset Disposition (SITAD) subject matter expert. Though she reports into Data Management, she works closely with all Iron Mountain sales and marketing executives for all aspects of education, sales training, and marketing for SITAD. She’s worked for both startups and Fortune 100 companies in business development. A resident of Santa Monica, California, she has four kids and a husband who works as a children’s pastor in a large mainstream church in West LA. She’s a proud alum of the University of Arizona (go Wildcats!) and majored in Russian with a concentration in computer science. She later finished her degree with a marketing minor from the Eller school of business. She loves the beach and her favorite color is clear because she values transparency.