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What does your computer say about your business?

January 20, 2020

Arriving in this years new Mercedes and smartly dressed they report to the reception.

"Hi, I'm Roger from Acme Inc. I have a 10 am with Jonathan."

Once signed in, they take a seat and wait for Jonathan to arrive and show them to the meeting room. Pleasantries exchanged, it's down to business.

Then it appears. The 8-year-old, battered, bruised laptop makes its first appearance from the smart leather bag.

"We'll just let my laptop boot up, and then I can take you through this year's fantastic product line. Oh, is there a power socket I can use? Erm - weathers not great is it..."

It doesn't inspire confidence. How right are these products if the salespersons' keyboard is missing keys and you can't make out 20% of the characters? 

Are you making the same mistake as an organisation? Is old equipment making your business look bad?

We know it's not cheap keeping up with the latest in technology developments, but how much business are you losing because of outdated technology.

The problem extends to your offices. If staff are asking the customer to hold while the computer whirls, the impression given can be devastating.

Not everything needs to be brand new. Take a look ar our recent post "How often should you replace your business computers?" You should, however, plan and budget for technology refreshes.

Old Equipment costs business

The best way a business can ensure that their systems and networks are up to date and secure is to work with an IT partner like us. Our managed services can help ensure that you set up proper security measures in place and that they are appropriately handled. Peace of mind means your focus can be doing what you do best - growing your business. Contact us today to learn more.

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