The Logic of Laptops If you’ve read my colleague’s “In Defense of Desktops,” John goes to great lengths to point out the advantages of provisioning your employees with good, old-fashioned towers. And while I agree that laptops aren’t right for every person’s needs, I respectfully disagree with his determination that the desktop should be king.
In Defense of the Desktop Computer Desktop Computers just make for a more comfortable environment. In recent years, I've seen a number of articles decrying the end of the Desktop Computer. They are a relic of a bygone age, and all users should have now is a laptop and maybe, maybe a dock so they
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