Where as once in many businesses both small and large, there was a tendency to buy a printer for use between every four to six people, this set up now only tends to be found in small businesses where capital cost of computer hardware can be an issue in order to maximise the cash flow.
However, in many large businesses you will find the printer setup is totally different to this and instead one large networked printer will be used by anywhere between 20 to 60 people depending on the overall printing requirements they may have.
This is because rather … Read the rest of this post
In many industrial situations and in many businesses the introduction of the Plasma and LCD screens to the residential and retail market did not look like being a problem as they were high price rich peoples toys, however as prices plummeted everyone started buying them, and the death of the Cathode Ray Tube (CRT) started with the majority of manufacturers stopping producing them.
This did not initially seem to have much significance that is until CRT screens in mission critical control rooms failed and could not be replaced as nobody was making them anymore. Also many of these critical applications … Read the rest of this post