HaaS: consistent equipment for businesses

HaaS: consistent equipment for businesses

Having the proper equipment is important to a business. It improves the efficiency of the business and helps it to flourish. However, for the business to prosper, office equipment must be in line with current trends. Purchasing the equipment is expensive, and most companies are opting to get their IT from Hardware-as-a-Service (HaaS) solutions as an affordable alternative.

Four considerations before buying hardware

Four considerations before buying hardware

Unlike getting a new pair of sweatpants, the process of buying new hardware isn’t as straightforward. Because there are so many choices out there, it’s hard to go with what your friend has to say or which ones are selling at 50% off. If you want hardware that doesn’t only fit but also compliments your computer, go through these five things every buyer should consider if new hardware is on the top of your shopping list.

Components of a good keyboard

Components of a good keyboard

Unlike shopping bags, keyboards come in an array of options. They range from ones built for typing efficiency to joint-friendly models sculpted for ergonomic usability. Considering the myriad of options, you might struggle deciding on what you should look for.

How HaaS will benefit your business

How HaaS will benefit your business

Hardware maintenance and upgrades can consume a big sum of your business’ time and money. But with Hardware-as-a-Service (HaaS), a solution in which you pay a Managed Services Provider a subscription fee and let them take care of all your hardware-related issues, including upgrades, maintenance, and management, you can be sure of your hardware functionality and performance.

Why upgrade to the dual monitor system

Why upgrade to the dual monitor system

Remember in movies, how the villain’s lair is home to an abundance of newfangled tech, gadgets and monitors that stretch as far as the eye could see? Some may attribute it to superb set design but the message behind this was that the road to success (or blowing up your enemies) calls for not one but two monitors.