Source: Beltug, Nov 2017
Beltug, the largest Belgian association of digital technology leaders, recently issued a survey in order to shed light on the practices of Belgian organizations regarding the handling of their out-of-date computers.
The survey found that only one in four Belgian corporations donates their old computers to NGOs like Close the Gap. Beltug understands the importance of improving digital knowledge across the world and wants to stimulate and encourage Belgian companies to donate their aged IT material to professional organizations like Close the Gap, who aim to bridge the digital divide.
Several articles also appeared: read the Dutch article here, and the French version here (Datanews), one from informaticien.be in French, one from Solutions Magazine (also in French), one from computable.be (in Dutch), and also one from milieumagazine.be (in Dutch).
Interested in donating your used ICT material? Find out here how.