Keeping Up with Technology

Klein, Ed
April 2007
Hospitality Upgrade;Spring2007, p56
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the prevalent technology advances and some strategies and techniques for managing these advances. Technology equipment is more expensive to maintain as it becomes old. Meanwhile, business enterprises can join forces with accounting team to establish a leasing or purchasing policy that compliments technology duty cycle policy. It is an excellent business sense for most organizations to replace desktop systems once they are out of warranty.


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