Monday, September 21, 2009

Ready, Set, Refresh!

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Ready, Set, Refresh!

Chances are good that your company has not updated its PCs and Notebooks in awhile and it might not be your top business priority. But that aging fleet of corporate computers could be costing more money to maintain than you realize -- as much as $170 or more per year for each computer by one account.

Join this live TechRepulic Webcast to learn about the most promising trends and strategies to ensure that your company is keeping up with the speed of business.

Ready, Set, Refresh!
Wednesday September 30th, 2009
1:00 PM ET | 10:00 AM PT | 17:00 GMT

Register Now!

Join this Webcast to:

  • Explore the difference between 'Netbook' vs Notebook
  • Gain a better understanding of what a well-planned refresh can save in terms of time and money
  • Discover the added value that an updated stock system can provide for network security

Register NOW to participate on Wednesday September 30th, 2009!

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