How to call a computer?
The question of how to call a computer rarely appears among ordinary users, as a rule, everyone has their own option: ordinary users simply write their first or last names, film fans choose the names of their favorite actors and characters, animal lovers - pet names, etc. But when it is necessary to name a lot of computers, for example, when organizing a grid, there are already questions. Let's figure out how to better name computers.
If computers are organized into a network, it means that they must be constantly interacting with each other. In this case, it is very important that the names of the computers are clear for each participant on the network. The best way to name a PC is by the last names of users, for example, IVANOV, PETROV, etc. If the network is organized at work, where the team is large, it is better to add the initials or names of employees to the last names, depending on which calls are at work by patronymic name or simply by name.
Numbering is the wrong decision.
Many system administrators working in a team with a large “routine” have computers by numbers, because they don’t want to constantly change their names when one leaves and another employee is hired. However, this is not a very correct decision, because users always have to tense up properly in order to remember who owns computer No. 1 and who owns No. 7 and, of course, this slows down the workflow.
About the sense of humor
If the grid is organized, on the contrary, in a close team, and all employees in relation to each other are not just colleagues, but friends, you can, of course, use a sense of humor in the name of computers. Maybe every employee has a good nickname? Use them! It is often easier to identify an employee by nickname than by last name, and, moreover, it can cheer up employees and make gray working days more fun.