In 2010, River Run Computers will be giving you tangible reasons why refreshing your hardware can affect your bottom line. For now, know that new workstations running Windows 7 Health ITProfessional will bring you up-to-date with the latest technology, enabling you to truly get more done with less. Here's how:
Workstations running Windows 7 Professional feature things like Quicklook 3 and Quickweb, making it possible to access vital information on your desktop or the web in a matter of seconds.
Get more done:
A new workstation with an Intel® Core™2 Duo processor & Windows 7 Professional can run nearly 3 times faster than your old PC while using half the electricity. Also, compared to an older laptop with Windows XP, a new business laptop running Windows 7 can deliver up to 68% increase in performance power.
A new HP desktop can consume up to 55% less energy than an older desktop.
Workstations older than three years can experience much more downtime than new ones. With new PC's, you can experience much more uptime, which in turn means more productive work-time and more profitability for your business. Also, new business laptops with Windows 7 can start up to 41% faster and have shut-down times that are up to 30% faster than an older laptop.
Improve your return on technology:
The average corporate PC is now 4 to 5 years old, old enough to be more expensive to maintain them than it would be to recycle them and buy something new.
You can look forward to more information from River Run Computers to help you better understand how an investment in technology will truly bring value to your business in 2010.
For more information on what a new workstation and Windows 7 can do for you, click on the link below.
What a new workstation can do for you
It wouldn't be the first time a scammer tried to use Microsoft to pull off a con job. Remember all those chain emails claiming that if you scareware forwarded it to enough friends, Bill Gates would send you money? Now a new piece of malware tries to con you into buying bogus antivirus software by faking a Microsoft endorsement of the product. Find out more here:
Fake Microsoft Endorsement
If you carry a smartphone (or even just a "semi smart" model with text messaging and email), you might be surprised at how much someone phone could find out about you by examining the contents of your phone. "It's like a computer," says the forensics specialist in this article, but that's not quite right. The iPhone he was talking about is a computer, albeit a small one. Today's phones have faster processor, more memory and more storage space than our desktop machines had a short fifteen years ago. Raise your awareness by clicking on the article below.
The Secrets on Your Smartphone