The larger your business, the more overhead is dedicated to hardware maintenance. It isn’t just a matter of luxury, either, but of your bottom line: Studies have found workers can lose up to a week of work annually to slow or underperforming computers. Technology is also improving faster, which means today’s cutting edge – in both technology and price – can be rendered obsolete by next year’s software.

It’s why many organizations are tilting to the PC as a Service opportunity. The model allows pre-planned upgrades of aging hardware, included consultation on the best systems, and dynamic changes based on the growing needs of the workforce. It also offloads some of the software and hardware maintenance overhead, giving IT and C-suite leaders the room to execute the best vision instead of struggling to keep technological status quo and pushing staff to stretch the limits of outdated hardware and software.

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