The pandemic has wreaked havoc on the computer industry (amongst others) with all major computer suppliers being affected. The industry-wide supply shortages and shipping constraints are driving up prices of essential hardware, including CPUs, memory, display panels, graphics cards, LCDs, and various semiconductors are expected to persist through the year.
Be prepared… You are going to pay more for that computer. [Component shortages, complicated logistics + overwhelming demand are the biggest contributors.]
As the saying goes… in this world, nothing is certain except death and taxes. Although it originated more than 200 years ago, this notion still stands true today, but now holds even more of a burden and complexity to it thanks to hackers and their ever-present quest to steal your identity.
The secret to finding a new normal… Introducing the Hybrid Work Plan. [Finally! The best of both worlds.]
Many companies have been transitioning their employees back into the office over the last few weeks. Data released in March showed 24.2 percent of employees in 10 major cities across the US were currently going into the office. That number expected to grow as more and more vaccines are administered to those in the workforce.