In the current business environment, organizations depend on fluid adoption of new technologies to stay productive, secure, and competitive. Digital native startups and well-heeled incumbents have the ability to dynamically pivot, adopting innovative tools and processes as their business models evolve. For large enterprises, this requires substantial hardware refreshes and recycling of obsolete devices. But for companies of all sizes, managing the PC lifecycle not only can entail significant costs, it can also push IT resources to the limit, leaving little time for innovation.
In addition to overall device security and protection, IT is responsible for individual endpoint management, asset tracking, hardware decommissioning and proper PC recycling. As companies rely on a mix of approaches to grapple with these challenges a growing number have identified the benefits of PC as a Service (PCaaS) as they move toward digital transformation. This approach not only provides end users with the most up-to-date and secure technology, but PCaaS ensures IT has flexibility in planning, deploying, managing, purchasing, and retiring PCs through a single point of contact.
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