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Ace Computers’ 5 Tips for Doing More with Less Technology in 2013

December 28, 2012

Ace Computers´ CEO John Samborski advises that organizations can significantly reduce their technology expenses by buying smart, which often means buying custom. This is especially true for today’s hot custom mobile workstations.

CHICAGO (PRWEB) December 27, 2012

Ace Computers´ (Ace Technology Partners, LLC) CEO John Samborski said that most organizations can dramatically reduce their technology expenditures by buying smart, which often means buying custom. This especially applies to leading edge custom mobile workstations.

“If anyone told me 10 years ago how much power would be available at today´s prices, I would never have believed it,” Samborski said. “But as the owner of a custom technology builder, I see the proof every day. The capacity and speed in a single relatively small piece of equipment is astounding—mobile workstations are an excellent example.” Following are Samborski´s 5 tips for accomplishing more with less technology:

1.    Determine Actual Needs: Many organizations don´t have the technical expertise to pinpoint the specific technology they need. In that case, they need to determine exactly what they to accomplish and work with an expert they trust to recommend and implement the best solution.

2.    Forecast Needs for the Next 5 Years: Once an organization knows what it needs, it also needs to project what it will need in 5 years. A good technology provider will recommend and design technology with the capability to expand well into the next 5 years.

3.    Centralize: The trend is toward centralizing technology. This means each worker doesn´t need a desktop anymore. Organizations find it much easier and less expensive to maintain centralized technology.

4.    Accommodate Mobile BYOD Technology. Organizations are realizing cost savings by allowing employees to use their own smart phones, laptops, tablets, etc. The trick is safeguarding company data through better backup and security hardware and software.

5.    Research Both Stock and Custom Solutions. A custom technology solution almost always beats a stock solution in terms of addressing actual and projected needs and getting the most for the money.

“It just makes sense,” Samborski said. “Buying stock technology nearly always means that people end up paying for more, sometimes much more, than they need. For example, if you live in Miami, you don´t need to buy a car with a rear window defroster, but you end up paying for it anyway.”

As a custom technology builder, Ace Computers maintains close collaborative relationships with top global technology suppliers such as Intel and NVIDIA that enable more efficient use of technology. This means that Ace Computers was on the frontline for the recent rollout of Intel´s new Intel Xeon Phi coprocessors and NVIDIA´s Tesla K20 GPU accelerators.

Samborski said that the new Intel coprocessors will encourage breakthroughs in areas such as manufacturing, life sciences and energy. “Intel´s new coprocessor is a giant leap forward in high performance computing,” he said. “We believe it will open up high performance computing,, in terms of cost, to many new applications and industry segments.”

He also sees the cost-saving potential of NVIDIA/s offering. “This is an extremely valuable technology that significantly surpasses nearly everything on the market today,” he said. “Almost any organization can benefit from the sheer power, performance and cost-effectiveness.”

Multiple award-winning Ace Technology Partners (Ace Computers) is a Woman-Owned Small Business custom technology systems builder and reseller for the public sector as well as the commercial sector. It has been an industry leader since 1983. In addition to some of the finest academic institutions in the U.S., long-term clients include the U.S. Department of Energy and the U.S. Department of Defense. Ace Computers builds custom technology with the same components that top manufacturers use without the premium price. Its principal, recognized industry expert John Samborski, is an alumnus of Intel´s prestigious board of advisors. In addition to its Greater Chicago headquarters, Ace Computers has locations in New Jersey, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Idaho, and Nevada. To contact Ace Computers, call 1-877-223-2667 or 1-847-952-6900 or visit http://www.acecomputers.com.

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Multiple award-winning Ace Technology Partners (Ace Computers) is a Woman-Owned Small Business custom technology systems builder and reseller for the public sector as well as the commercial sector. It has been an industry leader since 1983. In addition to some of the finest academic institutions in the U.S., long-term clients include the U.S. Department of Energy and the U.S. Department of Defense. Ace Computers builds custom technology with the same components that top manufacturers use without the premium price. Its principal, recognized industry expert John Samborski, is an alumnus of Intel´s prestigious board of advisors. In addition to its Greater Chicago headquarters, Ace Computers has locations in New Jersey, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Idaho, and Nevada. To contact Ace Computers, call 1-877-223-2667 or 1-847-952-6900 or visit http://www.acecomputers.com

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