Certified IT Asset Disposal (CITAD)

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1 days - $2,000

The IAITAM Certified IT Asset Disposition (CITAD) course prepares individuals to manage the IT asset disposal process within an organization. Best practices in IT Asset Disposition (ITAD) are broken down from policy management, data security to chain of custody transitioning. Attendees whose job responsibilities include ITAD will take away the knowledge of how to avoid risk of data loss and public exposure that surround a breakdown in ITAD process management. ITAD best practices, financial return, data security global implications and the importance of vendor management are just a few of the topics incorporated in the CITAD course. This course exposes the attendee to numerous concepts for ITAM that are relevant for both direct application and as a means of discussion for those persons who

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This course is intended for those responsible for ITAD programs and other IT professionals involved in Asset Management, resource budgeting, finance, software licensing, contract management and strategic planning.

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03/07/20249:00 AM - 4:00 PM ET$2,000.00
  • Course Outline
  • Objectives
  • 1 – Course Outline

    • Disposition Overview
    • Disposition and ITAM
    • Organizational Goals for Disposition
    • ITAM Goals for Disposition
    • Governance of Electronic Disposal
    • Composition of E-Scrap
    • Waste Management Laws
    • Foundation for Disposal Management
    • Policy Topics Relevant to Disposition
    • Asset Standards Benefit Disposal
    • The Role of Automation
    • Data Security Governance
    • Working with Vendors
    • Selecting Vendors
    • Due Diligence
    • The Removal Process
    • Software During Disposition
    • Decision Factors for Retirement
    • The Disposition Processes
    • Financial Management & Measurement
  • Students will learn the best practices in an IT Asset Management Program and align those processes with their organizations’ business practices. They will be able to manage overall ITAM programs and demonstrate in-depth knowledge, operational knowledge and competence in asset disposal and process development.