No industry has seen its technology improve as quickly as the computer business has for the past 40 years. Every 18 months, according to a rule of thumb known as Moore’s Law, the amount of computing power or memory capacity that a dollar will buy pretty much doubles.
If you have a computer system installed and it’s working for you today, then obviously you know it’s doing its job. But that’s not to say that upgrading your system(s) wouldn’t provide significant benefits. Such upgrades could range from simply installing more hard disk capacity to adding a new server to the local area network (LAN) to swapping out every desktop and laptop for the latest models. Continue reading