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Presented by Bob Coppedge at Simplex-IT’s November 2012 Lunchinar, “When Should You Upgrade Your IT?” is now available for viewing on our YouTube channel.

Also know as “How Do You Know When Your IT is Obsolete?” this presentation discusses the many considerations that you as a business owner and/or IT professional should consider in determining whether your organization should spend its money on new hardware or software. In the final analysis, it’s a judgement call that ultimately will determine how effective and efficient your information technology will be.

This is another informative and entertaining look at one of the most challenging decisions any business must make. So kick your feet up, get a cup of coffee, click on the thumbnail below and enjoy!

Simplex-IT’s October 2011 Lunchinar presentation “Upgrading Your IT Network: How Do You Know When It’s Time?” is now available for viewing on our YouTube channel.

At just a little over an hour in length, this excellent overview discusses the costs and compromises in productivity that result from letting your organization’s hardware and software become too outdated. Part of Simplex-IT’s ongoing monthly free lunchinars it was positively received by both the technical AND non-technical people in attendance.

Just click on the thumbnail below and enjoy!

Attendees at Simplex-IT’s October Lunchinar gave high marks to Bob and Kevin’s presentation on upgrading your IT infrastructure. Among the comments we received:

  • Not over my head – very easy to follow and understand for non-techie people
  • Very informative
  • Love how they geared this for both technical and non-technical attendees
  • Good analogies

It’s not always easy to tell when a piece of hardware or software is past its prime and in need of replacement, but as you can tell from these comments our experts once again made it a bit simpler to understand. Good job, guys!

For those who wanted to attend but were unable, keep watching this blog as we videotaped the proceedings and hope to have the results published soon. We’ll post here as soon as it’s available for viewing.