Significance of Asset Recovery Services in Business
RecoverySoft / May 16, 2018

A recent research shows that many companies tend to overlook the mammoth opportunity that lies behind effective management of idle IT assets. It is found that only forward-thinking entrepreneurs can actually extract revenues from the tools that are otherwise declared junk and are piled up in a warehouse. Innumerable profitable e-waste companies have cropped up in the recent past that offer state-of-art e-waste management solutions. Again, it is always advisable for businesses to appoint contractors with hands-on experience in dealing with end-of-life computers and telecommunication products. A professional asset recovery contractor would always follow step by step procedures while handling end-of-life equipment. In general, eco-friendly disposal of IT tools and efficient implementation of asset recovery process include the following step – Tracking and managing piled up assets Differentiating between reusable and non-reusable of assets Assessing the actual value before reselling them Effective redeployment or reselling of the end-of-life stock Systematic compilation of all these in an official report Management of surplus equipment is considered an inevitable Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) which adds to the goodwill of a company. Many entrepreneurs today opt for donating their usable surplus assets to charitable organizations. Thus, for maximum Return on Investments (ROI), many customised…

Recovering Deleted Digital Photos – How to Recover Deleted Photos From a Chip
RecoverySoft / March 24, 2018

If you have managed to delete some important photos of your digital camera or any other type of digital device and are wondering how to get them back, then you've come to the right place. Below I will show you how to recover deleted photos from chip, memory cards, SD cards, mobile phones and most other devices that take digital photos. So continue reading below if you are interested in recovering deleted digital photos from your camera or such … Now first of all i know you will be wondering how exactly is it possible to retrieve photos that you have already deleted, so i will give you a quick explanation. You see the chip you have your photos on, or the memory card, SD card, or whatever type of storage device you have the photos stored on are designed very strictly. They do not permanently delete a file once you delete it, instead what happens when you delete a file is that; the space that was occupied by the deleted file gets freed up and listed as new re-usable space. However until that space is overwritten by new files, your old files are still there and can easily be…