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Lenovo ThinkStation E32

Are You Planning Your Next Workstation Refresh?

Why Lenovo’s ThinkStation E32 Might Be the Perfect Fit

by Camden Haley | 03.25.14

Refreshing workstation technology every 3 years is an optimal way to actually lower your total cost of ownership. In addition, it’s more cost-effective, easier on your IT staff, and better for your operations as a whole to roll out all your workstations at once, instead of staggering them. But what’s the right workstation for your refresh? Did you know that Lenovo has recently updated their entire ThinkStation workstation product line? And their new E32 models are a great fit for many SMB organizations, so I’ve put together 4 reasons that Lenovo’s ThinkStation E32 should be your next workstation.

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Microsoft Windows XP on Life Preserver

Windows XP Is Barely Hanging On

It's Time for You to Let Go

by James Nagurney | 02.20.14

Recently, I have noticed considerable buzz regarding a Windows XP support announcement by Microsoft. What I have been hearing from customers over the last couple of weeks is, “Hey, did you hear Microsoft extended XP support again?” Unfortunately, this is not completely accurate; Microsoft will not be patching Windows XP after April 8th. What Microsoft did announce last month was that it would be delivering security signatures through its anti-malware products that will help to protect systems, including those still running Windows XP. For more on what this really means for your organization, read on.

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Network Capacity Planning

Why You Should Consider Network Capacity Planning

It Does a Data Center Good

by Justin Baron | 07.26.13
Upgrading your network may seem like a task too huge to even contemplate, especially since you have to figure out how to fit it all into your budget—and leave room for further expansion down the road. I’ll tell you how creating a plan for upgrading your network will make sure it fits your needs today, and continues to evolve as your organization grows.

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