For very small businesses, it’s not relevant what chip (or processor) is inside your computer. Today we buy notebooks, tablets, phones and other devices for the home and office without thinking of what chip is inside and they work just fine.
In specific regard to computers, whether your computer comes with Intel or AMD you’ll be happy with your computer as long as it has a big hard disk, fast processor and 4GB of RAM (at the last).
However for businesses who have to manage several computers and ensure they are secure and easy to manage, the “chip” inside your computer is important.
I spoke with Rich Echevarria, Intel’s VP and GM of Business Client Platform division who educated me on why it’s important to pay as much attention to the cpu inside your computer as you might to the outside color or monitor size.
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