ACT Logistics wins Department of Defence multi-year ICT disposal contract
ACT Logistics has added the Department of Defence to our list of high-profile clients with a multi-year deal that confirms our position as Australia’s leader in ICT asset lifecycle services. The four-year contract will commence immediately and is valued at almost $10 million. It covers the full range of ICT hardware items from PCs, tablets …Read
ACT Logistics Wins eHealth QLD Services Contract Estimated to be worth $25M
After a thorough evaluation process of the Department of Education’s DET SOA84891, eHealth shortlisted eight strong candidates with a comprehensive understanding of the health industry. eHealth engaged an independent Probity Advisor at the commencement of the evaluation process, choosing Dell Australia for Category One – Supply and Support of ICT Hardware, whilst ACT Logistics was selected for Category …Read
Do you need temporary IT staff? We can help.
We have Level 1 to Level 3 IT Staff if you require them Demands on the IT department are skyrocketing at the moment. If you could use some extra hands, either on-site or remote, we can help. Here’s how: Extra help desk staff. We are skilled at integrating with your help desk and quickly getting …Read
COVID-19 Update: Collections and Field Services are Continuing
As the COVID-19 situation evolves, ACT Logistics is still hard at work. We are continuing to carry out collections and field services contracts as usual, albeit with greatly increased personal safety measures to protect our staff and clients.Read
ACT Logistics and Energy Queensland
ACT Logistics have shared a strategic partnership with Energy Queensland since 2012. Over the years the relationship has expanded and Energy Queensland have enjoyed significant gains from their retired IT assets. We spoke to their Client Provisioning Team Leader, Dan Massey about Energy Queensland and the partnership with ACT Logistics. Here’s what he had to …Read
ACT Logistics and the University of Southern Queensland
ACT Logistics and the University of Southern Queensland have been partners for many years now. During a recent site tour, Scott Sorley, Executive Director (ICT Services) provided some insight on the importance of data sanitisation and meeting environmental concerns when dealing with retired devices. Here’s what he had to say: …Read
Here’s how you can pay for the installation of new computers with your mobile phone
Here’s how you can pay for the installation of new computers with your mobile phone Deploying a new fleet of computers is a time-consuming affair that distracts in-house IT teams from business-as-usual IT. What’s more, it can add a surprising hidden percentage to the cost of a new PC. But there’s an unexpected hero in …Read
Retiring old Computers? Here’s How to Stay out of the Headlines
Nearly all e-waste is recyclable, but currently only around 20% is being recycled. The majority is ending up as landfill or airborne pollution. You don’t want your brand anywhere near that. Here’s how to stay out of the news when your IT reaches end-of-life.Read
What happens to printers when they leave your premises?
They’re big, bulky and the cost of transporting them often outweighs their commercial value. So what happens to printers after ACT Logistics collects them?