When it comes to productivity, you want every minute of the day to count. That could mean a larger capacity e-mail server, faster CAD workstations or could even mean moving data to a cloud environment. We Know Technology. Let us help keep you focused on the important things …. your business.
We work with Dell and Lenovo for high-end business class computers. There are many differences between buying a business class computer from a partner and buying one from a retail outlet.
- Retail computers are mostly made from cheap materials and typically don’t last very long. Business Class computers are made from tested materials and have a 12 month life cycle. What that means is they will be same for that period of time. In a business environment where you have multiple computers it’s imperative to have the same equipment for each employee.
- Retail only have “home” versions of operating system loaded on them. If you need to connect to a network, you’ll need the “professional” version which business class has.
- Business Class computers have the option of multiple versions of operating system. For example, if you have an office full up Windows 7 comptuers, adding a new computer with Windows 8 might not be the best idea. The best way is to transition your employees to the new operating system so that everyone is productive.
- Warranty for a business class machine is 3 years, minimum. That means that it’s built to last. Retail stores only offer a 1 year warranty on their computers.
Does your business need 10/100 or gigabit switching? Does it need to communicate over a fiber line? Do you have any Wi-Fi enabled devices that need to work with your network. We can come in and evaluate your environment to make recommendations to improve your productivity and your business as a whole. That could mean a number of things. We look at Age of Networking Equipment, Age of Wiring, Testing the existing wiring on those workstations that are a little slower.