This is the time of year when many businesses decide to upgrade hardware to expense for the end of the tax year. Every December we see a surge of urgency around getting things done at the end of the year. If your computers are five years old or more, its time to replace!Read More
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Unless you're already using one of the new solid state hard drives, all of your critical business data is spinning around at 5400rpm or faster on a magnetic disk inside your computer. Think about it - it's a miracle any hard drive can actually work, and all your data is in a perilous situation! One of the most common system failures in a computer is a hard drive failure, but it doesn't have to be a disaster for you if you plan in advance.
In this day and age of all sorts of computer viruses and threats, a big problem for businesses is what to do with systems used by multiple people.
Its been a few years since notebook sales surpassed desktop sales, but a weekend visit to the local Staples store shows how far this trend has gone: On display were 15 laptops, 3 netbooks, 1 tablet, and off to the side, on a lower shelf, were 3 desktop PCs.