IT Asset Disposition (ITAD)

Safely and responsibly dispose of your decommissioned data center equipment while preventing unused hardware from making its way to the landfill.

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Securely dispose of retired data center hardware

Whether you’re consolidating equipment, completing a hardware refresh, or switching to a cloud solution, we can help dispose of your unused IT assets. Our goal is to handle all the details so you can focus on more critical priorities.

Our ITAD process

Send us a list of your retired server, storage and network equipment. Based on the information, our team of ITAD specialists present your team with a plan and estimate (if applicable).

We work alongside your team to create a timeline to pick up or ship your equipment to our Technical Center at no additional cost.

Once your equipment arrives, our ITAD team processes the hardware, wipes data, tests equipment and disassembles systems. All remaining parts are recycled upholding our zero-landfill policy.


ITAD is the practice of securely reusing, repairing, recycling or disposing of unwanted IT equipment.

  • Remove old equipment from your existing space
  • Safe, secure and environmentally-friendly
  • Reduce the amount of IT equipment in landfills
  • Repurpose parts and equipment for future use

We follow strict DoD and NIST compliance standards to ensure data confidentiality and integrity when reusing or recycling retired IT equipment.

Service Express

Data Center and Network Third-Party Hardware Maintenance

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  • 5 Reviewed Jan 19, 2023

    The transition to ServiceExpress was seamless. Once everything was onboarded, support continued as it should with no interruptions. Service delivery has been top notch, with

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  • 5 Reviewed Jan 19, 2023

    The vendor we left was pushing additional services we do not need or want, and the price of the services we were using kept increasing.

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  • 5 Reviewed Jan 19, 2023

    Service Express' response times to tickets is phenomenal, their network engineers are very knowledgeable and helpful when needed

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  • 5 Reviewed Jan 19, 2023

    We Just started using this company this past year , we had multiple meeting about different hardware and plan.

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  • 5 Reviewed Sep 29, 2022

    Service Express has made it easier for us to keep our legacy hardware past the OEM support contract. When it comes time to renew most of our purchases we usually check first with Service Express to see if they can cover it. Once implemented, we have found their engineers and inventory more than adequate to meet our day to day needs for support.

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  • 5 Reviewed Sep 24, 2023

    Their service has always been accommodating to requests and quick to respond to service issues.

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  • 5 Reviewed Sep 23, 2022

    Our site has used Service Express' coverage several time in the past two months alone. The service calls have been acted upon without haste and the dispatching of a qualified and knowledgeable technician to the job site was immediate. I put a high value on the service provided to us by Service Express

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  • 5 Reviewed Sep 23, 2022

    Service Express has always been able to fulfill our needs. They work closely with us to identify changing support needs.

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  • 5 Reviewed May 24, 2022

    As a hardware maintenance vendor, they are easy to work with…

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Additional resources

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Articles & Insights May 18, 2020

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Take a strategic look at your current hardware refresh plan; consider timing and frequency of your hardware refresh cycle; consider another option from OEM hardware. Determine how equipment reliability impacts your refresh decisions through failure rate data. Optimize your hardware refresh plan to increase efficiencies and cost savings for your infrastructure strategy.

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Ready to dispose of your retired data center equipment?