Do you know what warranty your computer or laptop has, what it covers and what the downtime might be if something went wrong? Can you afford 3-7 days downtime if your system fails?
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There has been many questions raised as to how reliable Solid State Drives (SSDs) actually are.
We’ve always banged on about the misconception that new IT equipment is more reliable than refurbished and the survey we’re about to show you proves at least that one component certainly isn’t more reliable.
Sold State Drives (SSDs) have been the talking point of IT hardware for the last couple years but haven’t until recently been financially justifiable for mainstream users.
We are hearing it more and more; standardisation and consistency of IT hardware, software and networking systems. By standardising your IT hardware and software you can reduce your IT support costs, increase the reliability of your systems and make it easier for employees to share computers or laptops.
Support from Microsoft for Windows XP runs out in April; what does this mean if you are still using XP?
You get what you pay for. And that’s no different when it comes to IT. However, things have changed somewhat over the last five to ten years. It wasn’t that long ago that you needed to buy the most expensive IT hardware you could afford because the performance would be out of date so quickly. […]
As we highlighted in our previous post, when it comes to everyday office and home use, there are little to no performance benefits between the latest i5 or i7 spec processors and mid- to high-end six-year-old processors. So if the processor doesn’t make a difference to performance, what does? Well, we’ve seen two technology improvements […]
It’s easy to feel you’re falling behind or missing out when adverts and PC magazines are extolling the virtues of the latest processor and all it can do. But is the latest i5 or i7 quad-core Ivy Bridge processor with 8GB RAM what you really need?