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When I recently wrote about technology red flags (playing golf with a shovel), I mentioned that an organisation buying its laptops from PC World is one such flag.
I have nothing against PC World. But the majority of laptops sold by such retailers are for home use.
And I do have a problem with an organisation relying on technology that is designed for home use.
A laptop is a laptop, isn’t it?
Laptops designed for home use look the same as ‘business’ laptops.
From the outside, the main difference is the price tag – They are usually cheaper than business laptops.