Since 2008, Mohsen “Max” Motamedian has served as manager of PcBase USA, a computer and IT sales business based in Irvine, California. A former student of electrical and biomedical engineering at California State University at Long Beach, Mohsen “Max” Motamedian applies his technical skills to supervising PcBase’s team of IT consultants.
New businesses or established businesses seeking a technological upgrade must face a decision-making process over what computer system to buy. When shopping for computer hardware for your business, experts advise avoiding the cheapest options. Bargain computers typically have slower processing speeds, which can cost your business time and money. Expect to spend upwards of $500 on a single, decent computer.
In conjunction with deciding on a computer system, business owners should think about which operating system best meets their needs. Whether they chose Microsoft Windows or Apple Mac, business leaders should make sure to use the same operating system across the entire company. Lastly, when purchasing computers, don’t forget to consider portability needs. If you travel or work in the field, invest in a good laptop. However, if you rarely if ever work outside of your office, invest in a desktop computer, which typically cost less than a laptop when equipped with similar features.
Chief Executive Officer of Bashari Inc.