New Computers Will Boost Profits. What Are You Waiting for?


Continuing to use older computers can have an enormously negative impact on your business finances. Maintenance costs, security vulnerabilities, and productivity losses all add up to dangerously bad news for your bottom line.

An old PC could mean up to $17,000 a year in productivity costs.1  A recent study estimates that old computers make employees 29 percent less productive on those machines.

We know you’re probably working with a tight budget and that you hit a new expense at every turn. But the performance and productivity enhancements you’ll get from computers with 8th Gen Intel® Core™ processors with Intel® Optane™ memory make new PCs an investment that immensely improves your long-term profitability.

There’s no better time to upgrade if your firm is migrating to Windows* 10 Pro, as you can expect further savings when you pair new hardware with the new OS.

Stop asking if you can afford a PC upgrade and focus on the real question: How much longer can you let older PCs cost your business?

Learn more on this topic here.

Make the Most of Your Migration

Support for Windows 7 ends in January 2020. Now’s the time to increase productivity by upgrading to new PCs.

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Find the PCs That Fit Your Needs

No matter your business, the best way to migrate to Windows* 10 Pro is on new PCs.

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Product and Performance Information


Based on a 2018 web-based survey, commissioned by Intel and conducted by J.Gold Associates, LLC, of 3297 respondents from small business in 16 countries commissioned by Intel and conducted by J.Gold Associates, LLC, to assess the challenges and costs associated with deploying older PCs. Survey respondents estimated that for PCs more than 5 years old, employees would be 29% less productive – based on an average assumed employee’s salary of US$60,000, the lost productivity cost will amount to US$17,000. To review this statistic and the full report, visit here.