Cut IT Costs by Keeping Peripherals
Here is a simple but effective way to cut IT costs.
When replacing old equipment, look at items which make sense to keep. Many businesses choose to replace a desktop computer but keep the monitor, for instance. You can store a few extra monitors to replace the ones that might malfunction. Instead of purchasing both a desktop and laptop for your in-office employees who sometimes travel, consider docking stations for employees to allow them to connect their laptop to necessary peripherals while at work. This can help to cut IT costs over time, and have a positive impact on your business in case of emergency.