Moore's Law — a concept named after Intel co-founder Gordon Moore that's often used broadly to refer to the quick pace of technology advances — states that computer chip processing power doubles every two years. Today, about half a century since the creation of Moore's Law, that time frame is usually quoted as only 18 months, and sometimes even less than that.
Moore’s observation is especially applicable to many small-to-medium-sized businesses (SMBs). That's because, as challengers to the big, well-known brand names, SMBs have a critical need and opportunity to leverage technology for a competitive edge. However, they also don't always have anywhere near the resources or cash-flow necessary to keep up with technology changes through conventional methods. A great way to keep current with rapidly evolving IT innovations, while still controlling costs, is Hardware-as-a Service (HaaS).
Read on to learn more about HaaS and the top 5 benefits that come along with it.