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Adam Stahl

By: Adam Stahl on June 25th, 2013

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Kelser Corporation Helps Businesses Beat Important Tech Deadline


East Hartford, CT – The end is quickly approaching for Microsoft Windows XP* and Office* 2003. Microsoft will no longer support these products effective April 8, 2014. Kelser Corporation, a leading provider of Information Technology solutions, is ready to help businesses beat this deadline and avoid the risks of depending on an unsupported OS and software with a range of new business-grade Intel® architecture-based PCs and devices.

Upgrade to the Right Tools for the Job
Devices have transformed dramatically in the last year and offer quantum leaps in performance and features over 3- to 4-year-old machines. In addition, older devices experience greater failure rates, lost productivity, extended downtime, and in many cases, can be more expensive to support and maintain than to replace with new hardware.

Now is the ideal time to refresh aging PC fleets with new All-in-One PCs, Ultrabooks™, and tablets that equip employees with the machines best suited for their jobs. Kelser Corporation provides devices with new capabilities such as touch, increased levels of mobility and performance, and built-in security.1

Close the Mobility Gap
While employees enjoy mobile technology in their personal lives, at the workplace nearly 80 percent of enterprise computers are still desktops.2 However, stationary computers don't effectively support today’s mobile work styles, and touch capabilities are becoming an increasingly important function for many types of workers. As a result, more employees fill the mobility gap by working on laptops, tablets, and smartphones that they purchase themselves. Unmanaged employee-owned devices can introduce serious security and manageability threats and IT organizations may be unaware of unauthorized devices accessing their networks.

New touch-enabled Ultrabooks and tablets give users the improved productivity of mobility and include the next-generation features that they demand; combined with the performance, built-in security, and manageability required for business and IT.1,3

“Many of our customers feel their organizations’ mobile needs growing at a rapid pace,” said Kelser CTO Jonathan Stone. “Devices in the Ultrabook and tablet families provide the tools to meet their needs and enhance their business practice.”

The time has come to upgrade the aging PCs with the kinds of innovative devices that employees want which are built on the proven, secure, and compatible Intel architecture foundation.

Kelser Corporation is ready to help your business navigate a hardware refresh and choose the best Intel processor-based devices to move to Windows 7 and 8. Learn more at http://www.kelsercorp.com/ or contact Kelser at (860) 610-2200 today.


About Kelser Corporation
Kelser Corporation delivers high performance technology solutions to the enterprise and commercial markets. Our clients include some of the most recognizable companies in America today.

Born from a mainframe database consulting organization in 1981, Kelser remains a hallmark of reliability, efficiency and innovation. For over 30 years, our reputation of unmatched customer service has become a staple of the Kelser brand.

Today, Kelser continues to provide innovative products and leading edge services designed to provide maximum stability, security, and scalability. Our business is focused on Professional Services which includes Project Management, Engineering, and Executive Solutions; and Supply Chain Products and Services.

Kelser is headquartered in East Hartford, CT. Together with our partners we aim to be the premier provider of technology solutions in North America.
To learn more about Kelser, visit www.kelsercorp.com

1. No computer system can provide absolute security under all conditions. Built-in security features available on select Intel® Core™ processors may require additional software, hardware, services, and/or an Internet connection. Results may vary depending upon configuration. Consult your PC manufacturer for more details.
2. Source: Intel Insights and Market Research: Business End-User Research (2012).
3. Ultrabook products are offered in multiple models. Some models may not be available in your market. Consult your Ultrabook manufacturer. For more information and details, visit http://www.intel.com/ultrabook.
Intel is a trademark of Intel Corporation in the United States and other countries.
*Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others.

About Adam Stahl

Adam is a Biznologist who invites boundless creativity to achieve outcomes that inspire confidence.