The Necessary Evil of the Tech Refresh Cycle - and the Data it Leaves Behind



The technology refresh cycle is an essential part of any business. Dealing with outdated technology leaves companies prone to productivity decreases when that technology inevitable breaks. Buying new technology is a way to help ensure technology functionality, but what happens to all the data left on old devices? Waterstone’s John Parkinson is featured discussing the pains of the technology refresh cycle, how risky it can be, and how to ensure peace of mind for any CIO.

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