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Preparing for New Office Technology

By dcoatney on Apr 17, 2019 11:44:15 AM

Topics: Blog Managed IT

Are you planning a major IT overhaul, or building your first tech center for a business that needs high-tech growth?

While fast systems and accurate data management can drive success, they can also be expensive burdens if not planned properly. To avoid overspending and wasting valuable hours in tech when you could be managing everything else in your business, consider a few of these planning points.

How Much Do You Need?

Do you need to pay a lot of money for quality, or do you buy the bare basics because you “don’t need much”?

The answer is neither. Choosing the proper equipment balance takes an understanding of not only your business needs but what modern tech has to offer and how long that technology will serve you well.

It’s a lot to consider, and it takes practice to understand with all of the changing needs that businesses face. To make things easier, you may want a managed IT professional on your side to keep an eye on the market while looking through what your business needs to be successful and efficient.

Don’t Be Too Cheap

That said, there’s a problem on the opposite end. Unless you’re looking up model numbers and checking manufacturing dates, it’s hard to tell if you’re buying truly equipment or an outdated, cheap model that can’t handle bare basics.

Old systems in new-looking boxes aren’t uncommon, and rebranding the same equipment with a new name, a different case, and possibly a better screen happens from time to time.

You need systems and components that can do the job at a good price. That means knowing the specific amount of memory, processing power, and storage space–at least, since some tasks may need other features and traits at the forefront–needed by your business and offered by the equipment.

An assessment will help you succeed. Contact us to schedule an audit and to discuss what the modern world of tech has to offer for your unique business needs.


Written by dcoatney