If you have exceptionally adept users of your technologies, you may have run into the issue of users circumventing certain policies and limitations by creating multiple virtual machines that have no limits on their usage. This can become a nightmare for IT professionals, who are not only tasked with hardware issues and software updates but also with monitoring several functions of a company’s IT infrastructure.
Windows 10 is the Windows you already know, plus great improvements you’ll love. Windows 10 is so familiar and easy to use, you’ll feel like an expert. The Start Menu is back in an expanded form, plus we’ll bring over your pinned apps and favorites so they’re ready and waiting for you.
It starts up and resumes fast…
Since my last blog post, a good question came from one of my followers:
“How many laptops can be safely stacked up? I am concerned with how much weight is going to be sitting on top and bottom of the laptop / notebook. At what point is there a need to be concerned about damage? Some of my co-workers think stacking no more than 10.”
There are three main considerations when stacking laptops.
Is Windows 10 the upgrade that everyone has been waiting for? Once the update rolls out, many I.T. Managers and Directors will slowly be forced into implementing the new software and possibly new hardware. For the I.T. Asset Liquidation community, this upgrade may be very beneficial triggering an influx of I.T. assets into the market.