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Moving to Windows 10 after Windows 7 End of Life

Moving to Windows 10 after Windows 7 End of Life https://www.themightypc.com/blogs/news/moving-to-windows-10-after-windows-7-end-of-life It implies that by January 14, 2020, Microsoft will end support for Operating Support (OS). While the tech giant stopped mainstream assistance four years ago, it continued to provide updates and patches for Windows 7 to solve system vulnerabilities. But in the New Year, everything will cease entirely. Microsoft encourage...

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What Else is Important in Selecting a Business Computer?

What Else is Important in Selecting a Business Computer? https://www.themightypc.com/blogs/news/what-else-is-important-in-selecting-a-business-computer Computer speeds up high-quality business processes and systems. To begin an online and offline company, it is essential to use today's world computer. It is essential to use a computer in a company to automate the process of production, advertising, and distribution. It is useful in studies, manufacturing, distribution...

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Six Sigma, the 5 Why’s and How They Changed My Business

  As a business owner in a highly competitive industry, I am always seeking ways to improve the productivity, and profitability, of my business which refurbishes and customizes PC’s. I was speaking to one of my longtime clients recently, a former corporate executive, when he began telling me about Six Sigma and the 5 Whys.   Six Sigma, in case you are not familiar with the term, was developed by Motorola in 1986 (when I was very young). It’s a process used to continuously monitor and improve different aspects of a business. The iconic American businessman, Jack Welch, made Six Sigma a central part of General Electric when he was CEO of the company in 1995. While it was initially...

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The 80/20 Principle: How to do more by doing less

According to the 80/20 principle, 80 percent of results are generated by just 20 percent of effort. The 80/20 principle was written in 1997 by Richard Koch and was named one of GQ’s top 25 business books of the Twentieth Century.  In today’s fast-paced world, many of us have to tackle a seemingly endless to-do list each day.  Finishing the first task and getting to the next task, only to find that two new tasks had just come to the surface in the meantime. On the other hand, as companies are growing bigger, they may face more challenges with complexity such as looking to serve several markets with broader range of products or services, juggling all of them like a...

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