Most people feel more secure by taking their laptops with them on their flight in the main cabin, rather than checking it with the rest of their luggage. Most are afraid of the possible damages that could occur to their electronics once it’s out of their hands. The TSA (Transportation Security Administration) has implemented rules and regulations for personal electronic devices. You can find items the TSA allows by checking the official TSA website: TSA What Can I Bring.
You work for a mid-sized to large organization and finally received approval from IT and purchasing to acquire laptops for your department. You gleefully opened up your browser and went to your favorite online store to place the order. Your smile quickly turns to a frown when you see the expected ship date – four months from now! Thinking this is a glitch in logistics, you call the local computer store and ask about their supply.
Due to the massive shift to remote work to combat the coronavirus, laptops are flying off online retailer websites and local store shelves. Is the computer you’re looking for out of stock or on backorder? Many companies and workers worldwide are considering laptop rentals, as technology rental providers are more likely to have the necessary devices in stock and can ship them out without any delay.
2020 will always be remembered as the year the world went remote. Workers worldwide witnessed a historic shift in the 2020 job market due to the global shutdown brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. Companies that usually have offices full of workers have sent their employees home to work remotely — and there is no end to this trend in view.
Microsoft introduced a new 2-in-1 device to its PC line on Monday, but the Surface 7+ will only be sold to commercial and educational customers. A removable SSD drive and 4.5 hours longer battery life are some of the specs available on Microsoft’s modified version of the Pro 7 aimed at business customers. “Surface Pro 7+ joins the Surface for Business portfolio – offering the versatility, connectivity, and security that business and educational institutions need to adapt to the changing landscape,” according to Robin Seiler, Corporate VP of Microsoft Devices. The new Surface Pro 7+ business tablet will begin shipping later this month to business