Meet Malini and her team and learn how their IT infrastructure is groaning under the strain and limiting their productivity. We break down the challenges and start with the basics of IT upgrading.
PCs can make your staff work better individually but a server will get them working better together. We help Malini and her team work collaboratively and keep their data protected with the help of a server.
Many businesses need their employees to be mobile. Miss Malini is no exception. Learn how a smart IT upgrade from Intel can help their team stay on the move with less yet still be connected to the office.
Small businesses can use of cloud computing solutions to reduce hardware costs and maintenance. By moving data storage or application access into the cloud, you can optimize your business. View all questions »
The processing power of your PCs can affect how well your business runs. Know how to keep your machines performing and keep your employees efficient. View all questions »
It's important to know when to upgrade your IT. Aging IT equipment can slow business performance down and reduce your employee's morale. View all questions »
Small businesses and their employees need to be mobile in today’s ultra connected world. Do you know what you need to keep pace with the competition? View all questions »
Keep your valuable data and assets safe. Security should be an important consideration when setting up your IT infrastructure, to protect your business against outside threats. View all questions »
Cloud solution or physical server? Small businesses need to know what is the right choice for their business needs to maximize security and performance while minimizing costs. View all questions »
Store your data and ensure you have back ups of all your important information. The right storage solution can also simplify your business while letting you access your data anywhere and on any device. View all questions »
The smart business stays productive to be successful. Maximize your employees’ productivity to save time and money. View all questions »
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