Building a fleet of equipment that will stand the test of time

Companies are becoming more and more dependent on their IT equipment year after year as their operations undergo an increasing digital transformation. The shift towards hybrid working during the pandemic has further highlighted the importance of IT for economic success. But while small and medium-sized enterprises (SMBs) have been swept away by this trend as much as large ones, their ability to make the necessary hardware upgrades is more financially constrained. Your choices should prioritize devices that are built to last, so that you can get the most out of your IT equipment purchased for the longest period of time.

This goes far beyond simply ensuring that IT purchases provide the most features for the money and are sourced from reputable brands. Computer hardware usually does a lifespan of three to five years, and will need to provide the best possible performance during this period. Hardware must not only provide the performance and features to run today’s applications, but also fit emerging work patterns. Most importantly, it must be resilient to current and emerging cyber threats that are constantly evolving and gaining sophistication.

The right computer for the job

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