Whenever you read about the business benefits offered by the Cloud, the most commonly mentioned is cost-savings. And that is, obviously, a fundamental attraction to companies that want to reduce their spend on IT. But it is far from being the only major benefit.
The desktop PC is dying out. Most homeowners are switching to laptops or tablets for their everyday needs. The bulky monster no longer has a place in the house. Laptops are now powerful enough to take care of most daily tasks. They handle everything from surfing the internet to keeping accounts to storing photos.
However, when it comes your business, a laptop or tablet won’t always cut it. Especially if you’re in the multimedia industry or a web developer. A laptop is also no good if you’re a serious gamer or have a hobby that requires some large computer power. In these cases, more and more people are turning to custom PCs. The custom PC business is thriving because many off-the-shelf models don’t quite provide the power.
I do, fondly. I had the Nokia 3210 and I loved it. I think I had around 3,000 different covers for it:
Ah yes many many hours spent playing snake ‘just one more time’… On an even less serious note, check out the infographic below that I found whilst trawling for images of old phones. It was created by Big Brother All Security and is bang on the money.
When I received an email into my inbox daring to challenge my knowledge of cloud computing (sort of…) I was forced to confront a little fear of mine. Yes I know exactly what it is, and I think I know the basics… However computing in the cloud is one of those (rare) things that I don’t know everything about.
So for those of you like me that want your information in neatly packaged chunks like infographics, today is your lucky day. Thank you to Net Technical Solutions in Surrey for your time.
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If you operate from an office, you’ll want to ensure your team have the best-possible equipment available. That is the only way you’re going to stay ahead of the competition and make a decent profit. Failing to keep abreast of all the latest advancements could result in dire consequences. If your competitors can complete a job in half the time it takes you, they’re going to be far more productive. Considering all that, we’re attached an infographic to this post that you might like to check out. Before you do that, let’s take a look at some of the most-essential new tech items.
You will have seen lots of articles about this on the internet as Google has been talking about their latest product a lot over the last few months. Smartglass will allow your employees to keep on top of things, no matter where they might be in the world.
In much the same way, a smartwatch will allow your team to check on their documents and correspondence when not in the office. They can send emails and perform all the standard tasks that would otherwise do from their computer.
Ensuring your staff stay in the best health is essential. The last thing you want is for them to have lots of days off sick due to a bad back. Treadmill desks will help to combat that issue.
We hope you are learning a bit here today. As we said at the start of this post, you should look at the infographic to find out more.
Infographic By UK.Insight.com
This article is provided by Mark Karnes.