What should the minimum hardware requirements be for employee laptops?
rcook12 2 years ago
Our company is growing by leaps and bounds, and some of the sales force have offered to use their own laptops from home rather than using ones that our company would provide. What should the minimum standards be? I would assume that any laptop made within the last 3 years should run Microsoft Office, email, and websurfing as well as anything new. Suggestions?
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