Businesses Buy the Wrong Computers (& It Costs Them a Ton of Money) 
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The folks who do it day in, day out.

Chris Lee

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Co-Founder, ChannelBytes

Kevin Andrews

Kevin is our Lead Technical Engineer. He has been with the company for over 10 years and oversees our Imaging and helpdesk teams. He also does our product research and development and is one of our Microsoft solution experts.

Senior Technical Engineer, ByteSpeed

Nick Dinsmoor

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Co-Founder, ChannelBytes

Josh Knutson

Josh Knutson is the current Esports and VR Solutions Director at ByteSpeed LLC. Using his collegiate esports coaching career as the backdrop of experiences, Josh serves as a resource for high schools and colleges hoping to build and grow their own esports programs. He is an Advisory Board Member of the National Association of Esports Coaches and Directors, has been a panelist and speaker at regional and national esports coaching clinics, and serves as a State Board Member of the North Dakota Leadership Seminar. Josh holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Communication Arts from the University of Jamestown.

Esports and VR Solutions Director, ByteSpeed

Discussion Takeaways

By the time we are done, you will know what your hardware needs are for your use case (business/e-sports/streaming/workstations) and how to be spend wise when shopping. Our goal: save you money 
on your long-term cost of ownership. Nearly every business will benefit from this session – join us!

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Which “I” Do You Buy? Intel’s newest i3/i5/i7/i9 processors are hitting the shelves. Which model is right for your use? 

What remote workforces needed from their hardware when it comes to streaming, video calls, and cloud computing 

2

How does cloud computing influence your hardware requirements? 

3

Maximizing value and cost-effectiveness of your hardware and software investments 

4

This free one-hour roundtable discussion focuses on outlining what today’s businesses and remote teams need from their computers. 

About ByteSpeed

Since 1999, ByteSpeed has been custom-building computers to meet a variety of business needs. From barebones workstations to fire breathing e-sports machines, internal servers to company-wide NAS setups, ByteSpeed has the insider info and hands-on expertise with solutions that work best in today’s technological climate. 

Visit ByteSpeed.com, or connect with them on Facebook, TwitterYouTubeInstagram, and LinkedIn

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Businesses Buy the Wrong Computers (& It Costs Them a Ton of Money)
WATCH THE DISCUSSION

Discussion Takeaways

Which “I” Do You Buy? Intel’s newest i3/i5/i7/i9 processors are hitting the shelves. Which model is right for your use? 

1

What remote workforces needed from their hardware when it comes to streaming, video calls, and cloud computing 

2

How does cloud computing influence your hardware requirements?

3

Maximizing value and cost-effectiveness of your hardware and software investments 

4

By the time we are done, you will know what your hardware needs are for your use case (business/e-sports/streaming/workstations) and how to be spend wise when shopping. Our goal: save you money on your long-term cost of ownership. Nearly every business will benefit from this session – join us!

This free one-hour roundtable discussion focuses on outlining what today’s businesses and remote teams need from their computers. 

WATCH THE DISCUSSION

Our Guests

The folks who do it day in, day out.

Chris Lee

Proin gravida nibh vel velit auctor aliquet aenean sollicitude lorem quis bibendum auctor, nisi elit conseq ipsum,nec sagittis sem nibhid elit. Duis sed odio sit amet.

Co-Founder, ChannelBytes

Nick Dinsmoor

Proin gravida nibh vel velit auctor aliquet aenean sollicitude lorem quis bibendum auctor, nisi elit conseq ipsum,nec sagittis sem nibhid elit. Duis sed odio sit amet.

Co-Founder, ChannelBytes

About ByteSpeed

Since 1999, ByteSpeed has been custom-building computers to meet a variety of business needs. From barebones workstations to fire breathing e-sports machines, internal servers to company-wide NAS setups, ByteSpeed has the insider info and hands-on expertise with solutions that work best in today’s technological climate.

Visit 
ByteSpeed.com, or connect with them on FacebookTwitter, YouTubeInstagram, and LinkedIn

Our Sponsor

Intel is a cornerstone of the modern computing world. Its processors and technologies power billions of devices, from smartphones to high-end supercomputers. The chances are good that you’re reading this on a device powered by Intel. In Q2 2020, Intel® released their 10th generation Core™ processors, which again up the ante and push the performance envelope further. Learn more about Intel and the Power of 10. Follow Intel on Facebook and YouTube.

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Kirk Hanratty

Co-Founded SynerComm Inc (Brookfield, WI) in 1989. Specialties: Secure, Digital Transformation, Info Sec Program Solutions & Services, Network, Security & Cloud Architectures,Web & Mobile App Assessments & Pen Testing Practice. CISSP-ISSAP, ISSMP security certifications

VP & CTO, SynerComm

Robert Ogan

Robert has been working in the IT field since 1994. He started his career in the U.S. Navy, moved on to John Deere Information Systems, and then Bettendorf Community School District. In 2014, Robert joined the server team at ByteSpeed and has led the team through more than 1,000 successful infrastructure deployments.

Head of Servers and Infrastructure, ByteSpeed

Robert Ogan

Robert has been working in the IT field since 1994. He started his career in the U.S. Navy, moved on to John Deere Information Systems, and then Bettendorf Community School District. In 2014, Robert joined the server team at ByteSpeed and has led the team through more than 1,000 successful infrastructure deployments.

Head of Servers and Infrastructure, ByteSpeed

Josh Knutson

Josh Knutson is the current Esports and VR Solutions Director at ByteSpeed LLC. Using his collegiate esports coaching career as the backdrop of experiences, Josh serves as a resource for high schools and colleges hoping to build and grow their own esports programs. He is an Advisory Board Member of the National Association of Esports Coaches and Directors, has been a panelist and speaker at regional and national esports coaching clinics, and serves as a State Board Member of the North Dakota Leadership Seminar. Josh holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Communication Arts from the University of Jamestown.

Esports and VR Solutions Director, ByteSpeed

Kevin Andrews

Kevin is our Lead Technical Engineer. He has been with the company for over 10 years and oversees our Imaging and helpdesk teams. He also does our product research and development and is one of our Microsoft solution experts.

Senior Technical Engineer, ByteSpeed