1. When your PCs are slowing down
Long start-up times, frequent crashes and slow performance drain productivity and time. Issues like these may seem trivial at first, but the digital downtime actually adds up to more than five wasted working days each year!
Opt for a change before it begins to chip away at your employees’ motivation and morale.
2. Quick fixes are no longer effective
You’ve upgraded your PC's hardware to improve the performance—but the improvements are only short-lived. Using old technology with software providers that have stopped providing support can make your PC an easy target for cyber criminals.
If IT maintenance and security issues are consuming too much of your resources, it’s time to stop with the patching and instead consider a tech refresh.
3. Your business has outgrown your PCs
As your business expands, the IT needs of your employees will grow. Your employee may require more sophisticated collaboration tools that his old computer isn’t equipped to support.
Support your employees in the growth of their roles, with better and faster tools to work more productively. Provide them with light, sturdy, and sleek laptops that allow them to work in and out of office.