As a growing business, you’re constantly pressed to do more with greater efficiency. Every employee has to do the work of three people. Every capital investment has to last a long time. However, the “last a long time” strategy can backfire where your computers are concerned. While enterprises refresh their PCs about every three years, businesses typically hold onto PCs for five to seven years. “They still work!” you say. However, old PCs drain time and money away from your business in hidden ways. Let’s break down the true cost of maintaining older PCs so you can make an informed decision.