Imminent price increases mean now is the time to buy new hardware
If your organization has put off purchasing needed cybersecurity hardware, now is the time to act. Hardware price increases along with shipping delays are on the horizon for September. We expect that price increases and shipping delays will continue for the next 18-24 months due to the persistent conditions underlying the current global chip shortage.
To avoid these higher prices, don’t delay; place your orders as soon as possible. As always, iON will continue to leverage our top-tier partnership status with our vendor partners to offer you the best discounts available on cybersecurity hardware. For more information, please contact your iON representative.
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