An SSD drive is a type of hard drive that doesn’t have any moving parts to it. Unlike a traditional hard drive that uses spinning platters to store data, an SSD functions on computer chips and circuits. It is very similar to a flash drive. An SSD is often very compact and with the correct hardware, it can be used anywhere a traditional hard drive is used.
The approach to technology has always been to dump a huge amount of cash into hardware and software for your business with the hopes that it will eventually pay for itself until it needs to be replaced. Then you need to try and figure out what to do with the old technology piling up in the storage room. There is a much more efficient solution for small companies in need of a strong technology infrastructure.
The qualified technology employee is certainly out there looking today, but there are many workers who either don’t have the technology skills needed or simply aren’t the right fit for your business culture. However, you don’t have to hire an IT employee. Our team at MetroTech functions as your corporate in-house computer technology specialist minus the additional payroll expenses.