IBM States PCs Going the Way of the Typewriter

The days of using a laptop or desktop for your work and home are going
the way of the typewriter, according to IBM. Their CTO, Mark Dean, who
was one of the designers of the first IBM PC back in 1981 said
personal computers are “going the way of the vacuum tube, typewriter,
vinyl records, CRT and incandescent light bulbs.” With smart phones
and tablets becoming smaller, and more powerful, there are arguments
that all we will need is a small device that we can type on or plug
into a unit to use a keyboard and monitor when needed.”

Renascence IT Consulting knows about today’s technology being
tomorrow’s museum pieces. This is why we are constantly at the
forefront of advances made in smartphones, cloud computing, VoIP, and
other markets that would prove beneficial to a small business. If you
are interested in discussing whether your desktop should go the way of
the dinosaur or what solutions might help you in the bottom line, feel
free to contact us for a free evaluation.

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