How do you get it for your Business Network and Computers?
Let’s talk simple hardware upgrades and the internet technology at the edge of your office network.
Below are easy changes to look for when getting into new business computer systems. We’ll also look at how the type of internet in use at your office could potentially keep your new supercharged computer stuck at the starting gates.
It was not that long ago when 8GB of RAM was sufficient for a business computer. The bare minimal for RAM in today’s business application environment is 16GB. Anything less than that is probably going to cause your web apps to stall out in your internet browser (Chrome, Firefox, Edge). A computer with 32-64GB of RAM is going to run business apps well into the future.
Solid-State Hard Drives (SSDs) are faster than traditional mechanical hard drives (HDDs). Even though solid-state Drives have become the standard for recent computer purchases, some new machines are still sold with the older HDD mechanical drives.
If the Atari 800 could swing an SSD in 1982, it’s probably time for your computer to have one today.
The internet at your office could act as a bottleneck. Most businesses rely on some form of cloud-based applications, if not completely depend on them. The fastest computer you can buy will not help speed up access to cloud programs if the internet connecting your staff to the apps is slow.
We Can Help:
JamKo IT Services resells workstation and server hardware for major manufacturers such as Dell and Lenovo. We also make recommendations for direct purchase through your 3rd party of choice. Our Internet Service Provider partners will connect your network at modern bandwidths.