It can be quite challenging to find the right strategies to convince Chief Technology Officers and IT leaders to make a hardware or software purchases. Each business and organizations has its own infrastructure and therefore its own concerns. There are many commonalities that businesses have, but there are also many differences unique to each situation.
Some people are reluctant to purchase used hardware for business or home. Many people think of used—which should be referred to as refurbished—as technology that has some sort of defect. Most refurbished technology is returned to the store because the purchaser didn’t like something about it, or there was a scratch on the case, or
In 2012, Lenovo released the original ThinkPad X1 Carbon. This new laptop replaced the ThinkPad X1. Some of the changes in the Carbon were that it has a solid-state drive rather than a hard drive like its predecessor, at least four gigabytes of memory, and a base-level 128 gigabyte SSD. The top model boasted a
When you sell hardware customers for their data centers, it is important to offer them the right products for their needs. Customers who make informed and successful purchases make for repeat customers. There are several questions that you will need to ask your customers to ensure you offer them the best hardware to meet their
Whether it happens every year, or every day, it is hard to miss the fact that it happens. A business owner or president has to go to the news and to the public and announce that their cyber-security has been breached. The information that consumers thought was safe with them—credit card numbers, private health information,