Both public and private organizations acknowledge that managing the PC lifecycle becomes more complicated and expensive as the variety of PC devices and employee workstyles increase. In order to be fully productive, different groups of employees have different needs in terms of end-user device hardware, software, and configuration. While IT departments are trying to provide and support a wider range of technology to an increasingly dispersed and mobile workforce, while maintaining low end- user disruption, they are also under a lot of cost pressure. However, consolidating processes and enlisting the help of a vendor partner, such as Dell, might reduce costs and provide expert-level knowledge for better PC lifecycle management operations.
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How to empower your workforce and IT. Access this short webcast to hear how new workforce trends have created a paradox between employees desire for greater flexibility and IT's need to control cost and data. Luckily, with a reliable partner like Dell, you can take advantage of our entire Lifecycle Services and Endpoint Security to make both groups happy while still cutting costs. In this webcast you'll hear...
- What workforce trends have impacted employee expectations of technology
- How IT can balance costs and security with employee happiness
- How to apply this approach to the 4 phases of the PC Lifecycle
- What solutions can help you save up to 25% of PC Lifecycle costs
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"SSL certificates have moved beyond the ‘Buy’ page. They are embedded in your business. In fact, SSL Certificates are a business-critical part of your IT infrastructure. However, managing individual certificates in a large organization is complicated by multiple locations, many servers, different business units, and rapidly growing Web-based services.
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