According to recent studies conducted by Nielsen Norman Group, it has been estimated that the bandwidth requirements of users increase yearly by approximately 50%. This general rule applies across all sorts of situations and all sorts of users. This ranges from students to the fast paced and rapidly changing world of business.
You take steps every morning to protect yourself from the cold weather, whether you put on gloves and a hat, defrost your car before you climb in, or brew your coffee extra hot, so why aren’t you taking steps to protect your laptop from cold weather? Here are some easy tips to keep your laptop from freezing and, well, freezing this winter.
If your profession requires an indestructible laptop, Dell may have answered your desires. The Latitude 14 Rugged Extreme was built to last, and it runs on the campaign of being the most durable laptop ever. Dell proclaims that this laptop is particularly useful, “No matter where your office is.” Meaning, regardless of whether or not you’re a soldier or if you work a desk job, this laptop can work for you. If you think there’s no such thing as an indestructible laptop, read on, and allow Dell to prove you wrong.
With winter storms and icy power lines, power outages are sure to follow. Unfortunately, when the power goes out, it doesn’t just cause your computer to shut down unexpectedly. You may find that when you turn it back on, some parts will be missing or damaged. This can come as a huge shock, and you may be at a loss for what to do. If this sounds like a familiar situation, read on to discover what you can do when a power outage damages your PC.
Your business might not have the payroll space for a Chief Information Officer, or CIO, but there is a way to get one without having a desk in your office for them—a virtual CIO system! What exactly is a virtual CIO system and how can it benefit you?