It’s a huge accomplishment, an Omaha-based business turns 20 this year; and Phil Lieber, the founder of 2nd-Byte, has taken us back to where it all started, P&L Capital. P&L Capital wrote its first true computer Master Lease Agreement more than 23 years ago!
Now that we have covered the ins and outs of refurbished computers, we are going to dive into the people that purchase those computers on behalf of their organizations. Purchasing and IT managers don’t just have one trait that makes them good at their job, they have several.
Your New Year’s resolution doesn’t have to be to hit the gym, but to clean your computer starting from the inside out. This means scrubbing down those keyboards, wiping the fingerprints off your screen, and deleting all the files that you have downloaded over the year. For this project, all you need is a microfiber or soft cloths for cleaning, isopropyl alcohol, Q-tips, and only an hour or two.
f you are in the market for a new computer, you might just be wondering what to do with your old one. Do you just toss it, gift it as a hand-me-down, or just store it away to collect dust? Whatever disposal method that you choose, there are some things you need to do beforehand to ensure the security of any personal information that might be on the computer.
If you are looking for computers to integrate into your business environment, saving a few dollars on the front end may cost you big on the backend if you don’t know who your buying your computer equipment from.