• Tony Liu

Choosing Your IT Infrastructure, Google Tips, and more



What system you decide to use is an essential part of running your business, but there isn't one right solution for everyone. Budget, the kind of support each system offers, and functionality should all be considered before selecting your IT infrastructure.


In this article, we go into more detail about Windows, Apple, and Linux and how we can help you navigate through this sometimes challenging process.


We're also featuring a recent story in which we helped a client struggling with their system.


Selecting an IT Infrastructure For Your Business

Windows? Apple? Linux? These are names you've probably heard of and you might be questioning which one is best. However, the real question you should be asking yourself is which one is right for you. Every business is unique and needs a unique solution. Choosing an operational system is a choice that should be made based on your company's individual needs. While Windows is more common and more affordable, Apple products suffer significantly fewer malware threats. On the other hand, Linux is open-source and its functionality is not dependent on the politics of big corporate giants like Windows and Apple. Deciding which option is best for you can be challenging. Our service includes helping you establish which solution is the right match for you and your business.


If you'd like to have a chat about the right IT solutions for your business, contact us now for a free assessment.

Client Story: Troubles with Linux

To save licensing costs, a client had been using a Linux system. This open-source solution lacks a proper support structure and needs a high level of technical expertise to run. When the only Linux knowledgeable staff member left, they began to struggle and it greatly impacted the business's operational efficiency.


I replaced the system with a cost-effective and easy to maintain refurbished Windows system which saved them thousands of dollars.

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