Processor and RAM informationWhen it comes to making hardware upgrade decisions, not every organization is able to say "we replace every computer every three years on the dot." Instead, many organizations must make year-to-year determinations based on available budget and existing computer performance. Two key performance indicators for computers have always been processor type/speed and the amount of RAM. Another one of iInventory's standard reports shows you the full name and speed for every processor in your organization and the amount of RAM in the associated computer. This goes way beyond many standard inventory spreadsheets that just include speed and total RAM! Now you can see which processors are dual-core, and therefore make better upgrade decisions.
Since 1994, Scott Lowe has been providing technology solutions to a variety of organizations. After spending 10 years in multiple CIO roles, Scott is now an independent consultant, blogger, author, owner of The 1610 Group, and a Senior IT Executive with CampusWorks, Inc. Scott is available for consulting, writing, and speaking engagements and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.