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Tech hardware is a commodity like any other.    Consumers are motivated by low prices, which motivates vendors to supply a plethora of low-priced hardware options.   This is all fine for the typical consumer and a business model where technology is increasingly disposable. Businesses, too, can enjoy low-cost hardware, but should be careful not to pass-up business-grade features and benefits.   Standardizing on “workhorse” ..
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When purchasing software products, there are frequently license options that consumers do not even know exist.   Knowing and understanding the different license types (and associated benefits and/or restrictions)  is key to optimizing any software purchase. Each software vendor is free to devise their license types, and set of rules for how that software may or may not be used.   ..
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