Tag: sustainability

Dealing with Data on EOL Hardware

Dealing with Data on EOL Hardware

Ashwin Malik

EOL Hardware (that’s end-of-life hardware) can be a hassle to deal with at best, and a humongous liability at worst. All manner of sensitive corporate and consumer data lie aboard these machines. With great power comes great responsibility, and that means any and all risky, sensitive data must be wiped… Read More »

Repurposed Corporate Computers Grow Indiana’s Future Technology Workforce

Repurposed Corporate Computers Grow Indiana’s Future Technology Workforce

Doug Booth

INDIANAPOLIS, July 11, 2016 – With the help of companies like Interactive Intelligence, out-of-warranty technology is being repurposed by start-up Multiply Technology, and issued back to the Indiana community through small-scale businesses, nonprofits and other organizations in need of low-cost tech solutions. “When a computer goes out-of-warranty or reaches its end-of-life, our… Read More »

How We Help Your Business Support Communities

How We Help Your Business Support Communities

Aaron Padgett

Last week, we discussed the niceties and pitfalls of donating your laptops directly to organizations and individuals that support communities. The complications and work required to prepare your hardware for donation can be time-consuming and counter-productive. However, your heart is still bent on making a positive impact on your local community. How… Read More »

Should My Business Donate Laptops?

Should My Business Donate Laptops?

Aaron Padgett

To donate your outdated, end-of-life hardware to those in need is probably something many in enterprise corporations have thought about at one point or another. It’s great technology going to a great cause; why hesitate? You know you’re giving for the greater good, and you are still multiplying the good left… Read More »

5 Ways to Manage IT Asset Disposition

5 Ways to Manage IT Asset Disposition

Ashwin Malik

End-of-life (EOL) computers and hardware can be a pain, and they can actually drain dollars from your business. For short-handed IT departments, figuring out what to do with old laptops, server gear, and other junk may not be the highest priority, but when it comes to asset disposition, acting sooner… Read More »

Lean Six Sigma 101

Lean Six Sigma 101

Ashwin Malik

What is Lean Six Sigma? Maybe you’ve heard of it before; maybe you haven’t. Lean: The systematic reduction or elimination of waste within a process or system, revealing the aspects of a process that add value and those that do not. Six Sigma: Reducing variation in quality of the products… Read More »

Community Service: Plant a Legacy 2016

Community Service: Plant a Legacy 2016

Mandy Padgett

On April 16, we put on our work gloves, tied our bandannas, and joined hands for a day of community service and giving. Our thanks to Faith Hope & Love food pantry for letting us be part of your community for the day! We enjoyed it immensely and we learned a lot. Highlights… Read More »

Technology in Education: How to Amplify the Upside

Technology in Education: How to Amplify the Upside

Mandy Padgett

Technology is everywhere. To ever increasing degrees, it informs our daily lives and provides a framework for both work and recreation. Our youngest youths don’t remember life without it; I have friends with children who could navigate an iPhone before they could count to ten. However, for all its omnipresence,… Read More »

The Iron Yard Press Release 2016

The Iron Yard Press Release 2016

Ashwin Malik

Multiply is proud to announce a partnership with The Iron Yard, one of the world’s largest and fastest-growing in-person code schools. We are providing 5 laptops for use by students who do not own their own computers during their new two-week course, “Fundamentals of Programming”, in their local campus on Market Street in Indianapolis.… Read More »