As we onboard new clients, we educate them on the power of standardizing their hardware and the financial benefits of doing so. By standardization, I don’t mean every user at My IT has the same computer or every person in your company needs the same devices, but you should be able to create groups of users that have similar needs. For example, an engineer needs a more powerful computer than someone in administration because the engineer runs CAD programs that take up a lot of memory and storage. Also, a mechanic or someone working in the field needs a durable laptop while that engineer will prefer the speed of a desktop model. Creating a few basic user groups or profiles allows you to standardize your hardware while still giving each employee the right tool for the job.