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PC Troubleshooting

PC Troubleshooting

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Published by X Ash R
In most IT shops,the benefits ofimplementinga standard end-user machine include easier end-user training and lower tech support costs.Once you’ve won approval to implement a stan-dard machine company-wide,the fun begins.To successfully standardize your end-usersystems,you need a clear vision ofthe benefitsofupgrading,an up-to-date inventory,a care-fully planned schedule for the process,docu-mentation,and an excellent relationship withthe end users whose machines are beingupgraded.Ifyou do your homework and deliver asmooth upgrade process,you’ll start reaping therewards immediately.Your users will enjoy thebenefits ofimproved network services,andyou’ll see a decline in the number ofcalls fortech support.
In most IT shops,the benefits ofimplementinga standard end-user machine include easier end-user training and lower tech support costs.Once you’ve won approval to implement a stan-dard machine company-wide,the fun begins.To successfully standardize your end-usersystems,you need a clear vision ofthe benefitsofupgrading,an up-to-date inventory,a care-fully planned schedule for the process,docu-mentation,and an excellent relationship withthe end users whose machines are beingupgraded.Ifyou do your homework and deliver asmooth upgrade process,you’ll start reaping therewards immediately.Your users will enjoy thebenefits ofimproved network services,andyou’ll see a decline in the number ofcalls fortech support.

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