UDT, Inc. (UDT) helps businesses beat important tech deadline

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Doral, Florida– 7/16/2013– The end is quickly approaching for Microsoft Windows XP* and Office* 2003. Microsoft will end support of these products by April 8, 2014, and UDT 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. “Clients today need the ability to interact with their personal computers in new ways like voice and touch.  At the same time they do not want to give up the traditional keyboard and mouse for when they need to get serious work done.  These new machines need to be incredibly fast, light weight, and responsive.  Intel has raised the bar yet again, by delivering against all of these requirements with the new Intel Core i5 processor.  Blazing fast performance in a light weight system that delivers all day without compromise.”  – Daniel Rodriguez, UDT, CTO 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 and 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. HP devices provide new capabilities such as touch, increased levels of mobility and performance, and built-in security. 1 Close the mobility gap and embrace BYOD While employees enjoy a mobile lifestyle in their personal lives, at work they report that nearly 80 percent of enterprise computers are still desktops. 2 Moreover, stationary computers don’t effectively support today’s mobile work styles, while touch is becoming an increasingly important capability for many types of workers. As a result, more and 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 the many unauthorized devices accessing their networks. New HP touch-enabled Ultrabooks powered Intel® Core™ i5 processors – like the EliteBook Revolve 810 or detachable Split13 x2 [coming in August] – 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 The time has come to upgrade the aging PCs in your fleet with the kinds of innovative devices that employees want—yet are built on the proven, secure, and compatible Intel architecture foundation. About UDT: UDT (UDT), named one of the 50 fastest-growing IT firms in the U.S. by Everything Channel, is a leading provider of high-performance technology solutions in the Southeast and Midwest United States. The company is dedicated to helping customers maximize their investments in IT by reducing the risk, cost and complexity of deploying next-generation technology (RC²). UDT partners with top-tier leaders in the industry to provide the latest products, from personal computing, audio visual infrastructure to customized solutions. At UDT, we believe that your IT experience should always help you “accomplish more.”  Learn more by visiting www.udtonline.com. UDT (UDT) is a registered trademark and/or trademark of UDT, Inc. in the United States and/or other jurisdictions. Cisco and the Cisco logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Cisco and/or its affiliates in the U.S. and other countries. A listing of Cisco’s trademarks can be found at www.cisco.com/go/trademarks. …
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