April 22nd , 2010 - A recent survey shows that cloud computing services are found distrustful by adults. 55 to 69% of the respondents would be only somewhat or not at all interested in using cloud computing for pictures, music, office documents, videos or financial services, such as tax files or bank records. E-mail was the one exception with just under half of the people surveyed saying they would be extremely, or very interested in using cloud computing for this service. While consumers continue to sway unsure about cloud computing in the computer equipment industry, most corporations are moving their processes over and embracing the new technology.
March 17th, 2010 - Technology leasing has become more and more popular in recent years. With
new technology seemingly arriving daily, Technology leasing offers a prime way to hedge against obsolecense. Whatever new hardware or software your company needs, you can find a cashflow friendly solution to your requirements.
December 30th, 2009 - If you purchased and put into use new equipment in 2009 you are eligible to write off that purchase using Section 179 of the IRS tax code. If you aren't utilizing the increased write-off amount ($250,000), your business might be missing it's full potential. That could mean real-money-in-your-pocket, back from the government! Find out more at our Section 179 section.
January 26th, 2009 - The current talk of the industry is... Microsoft is going to lay off 5,000 employees. What does that mean to the rest of us in the Computer Industry? Not much, due to the fact that it will occur over the next 18 months. A lot can happen in 18 months. No matter whether you are a Republican or Democrat, with Obama in the White House, change is going to happen, and appears to have already begun. Even though Microsoft is losing money, there remains a lot of opportunity for others in the industry to immerge. One of the main reasons the company is out so much... Netbooks. That's right, the low-cost PCs that in many cases do not run Windows. They often rely upon Linux as their operating system. Open Office is another reason why Microsoft is drowning. So that brings the company to job cuts, and a cautious warning that the market will remain unpredictable for some time to come. Netbooks are on the rise, and the sign of where consumer spending is currently at in the Computer Industry.