May 2014

Why the case against Target may go to the Supreme Court

By Bob Johnson, NAID CEO Within weeks of the massive Target data breach last December, privacy and legal pundits began speculating about class action lawsuits that would result. So far, most of those predictions have come to pass. Lawmakers made a lot of noise but nothing meaningful developed – at least so far. Hundreds of […]

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Reconciling the conventional approach to ITAD reconciliation

By Bob Johnson, NAID CEO In the upcoming edition of ITAK, the professional journal of the International Association of IT Asset Managers (IAITAM), I wrote an article with Kyle Marks (Retire-IT) about a series of recent events that have demonstrated the hazards of traditional IT asset disposal (ITAD) reconciliations, which have exposed great opportunities for […]

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Seven things you need to do every day

By Ray Barry, NAID Deputy Executive Director Whether you are a sales professional, business owner, or you wear many hats, your typical day is most likely hectic and full. It is easy for professionals to fall into the habit of spending time on menial tasks that do not generate revenue for the business. In this […]

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Providing compliance to clients is the key to getting new ones

By Bob Johnson, NAID CEO I was recently reminded of one of my favorite Peter Drucker quotes, “Culture eats strategy for breakfast.” It’s a great way of expressing the idea that all the strategic planning in the world is of no value to an organization if its corporate culture doesn’t support it. The secure destruction […]

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