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comment When is a MacBook Pro considered at 'end of life' and in need of replacement?
@Pekka "Hi, I'm a PC!" "And I'm a Mac!" together: "And since all you do is facebook and watch cat videos, we're virtually identical!"
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comment When is a MacBook Pro considered at 'end of life' and in need of replacement?
And in a previous company I worked for, they replaced the head of IT with an accounting professional, and axed half the IT department. This is a company with 50k employees, and thousands of IT assets. The cost is of the utmost concern to most heads, and if you can convince them that the employees are less productive on an old machine than a new machine, and measure that productivity in dollars, then you will have a stronger case than "we should follow the industry standard."
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revised When is a MacBook Pro considered at 'end of life' and in need of replacement?
Completely changed the question to make it more generic and possibly less subjective.
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answered When is a MacBook Pro considered at 'end of life' and in need of replacement?