I am not a native English speaker, I look at this sentence ,very confused. what is the meaning of 'the latest and greatest when it come stop technology'

context: If your organization can offer amenities like advanced training, remote or flexible work schedules, the latest and greatest when it come stop technology, and some regular encouragement and appreciation, this generation is much more likely to stay with your company for the long haul. http://www.entrepreneur.com/article/270786

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    It means "the best and most recent technology", as in laptops, etc. The word "stop" is a typo, it was supposed to be "the latest and greatest when it comes to technology", but the writer hit the spacebar before the s key (one hand is often faster than the other), so it got joined up with the to, turning into sto, which was then dutifully "autocorrected" to stop, and not caught during proofreading. – Dan Bron Mar 25 '16 at 5:22

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