Information technology is evolving at “light speed.” How are you supposed to keep up with it? You have enough to do running your business!
Cohn Consulting Corporation can help. We’ll ensure your technology is up-to-date, supports your operations and goals, and provides the ROI you deserve. Contact us to learn more: (770) 321-5532 firstname.lastname@example.org
In the meantime, here are 4 signs to help you recognize aging technology:
- It’s expensive to repair
If it’s more expensive to repair your hardware than simply replacing it, it’s probably time to upgrade. Many hardware components require specialized skills and great expense to repair them. Instead of shelling out the big bucks to keep your hardware running, Cohn Consulting Corporation can get you the cost-effective technology you need, at a price you can afford.
- It’s difficult to find replacement parts
There are so many components to a piece of hardware. When one goes bad, your entire IT system can go down. Rather than spending money and time replacing parts,Cohn Consulting Corporation can find the solution you need, and save you money in the long run.
- It doesn’t meet minimum requirements
Looking to install a great, new software program? Check out the minimum requirements beforehand. If your computer systems don’t meet these requirements, it’s time to upgrade. Otherwise, the software just won’t work. At the end of the day, you’re better off upgrading.Cohn Consulting Corporation can help.
- It’s considered a “legacy” system:
Is your hardware running on an unsupported operating system, such as Windows XP? If so, it’s considered a legacy (or outdated) system. This can cause an array of problems, including malware infections. Cohn Consulting Corporation won’t let this happen. We’ll ensure you’re using the right solutions.
Call (770) 321-5532 or send an email to email@example.com. The professionals at Cohn Consulting Corporation can help you determine if you need to upgrade or replace your aging technology.
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