You might have heard “business level computer”, “business grade”, or “business recommendation”. “Have you ever wondered, what does this mean?”
These expressions are not marketing speeches nor false information but what does the “recommended” business computer consist of and is it that important? Let’s look at a simple breakdown.
- Multitasking & Performance
- Compatibility with business application
- Compliance (HEPA, etc)
Multitasking & Performance: In many working environments, we have many applications opened and used simultaneously and many of the times we leave the computer left on for days, weeks, or some time Months. In many cases you will need stable computer to operate in your needs. (See a specification list below for known computer configuration.)
Compatibility with business application: In business environment there are server and/or business application used to run the daily business operation. In most cases home use (retail sold) computers has different Windows operating system or lack in performance to run the application.
Warranty: Like other company polices, the computer hardware must be under warranty due to Audit purpose to avoid any type of issue.
Compliance: The computer must be up to date with security and supported applications in order to be running and to be compliant, because the computer and software are housing confidential business or client information.
Computer specification list:
- CPU (processor) – Intel i3 or higher / AMD R3 or higher
- RAM (Memory) – 8GB or larger
- SSD (Storage) – 256Gb or larger, and to be Solid State Drive (SSD)
- Operating System (OS) – Windows 10 Professional or Enterprise
From looking at the specification list, and checking on what you may see in retail stores, wholesale warehouses, or online stores… you might be looking around $1000~ for desktop and $1200~ for laptop, including 3 year warranty.
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