PC Management Cost Savings

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Create a strategy for reducing PC purchasing and maintenance costs and improving the company's bottom line by following the recommendations in this research note.

The purchasing and maintenance of desktop computers and laptops represent a significant cost to IT departments. This research note walks through a series of strategies for reducing the costs while ensuring that IT is able to meet the computing demands of staff.

The coverage includes:

  • Saving up to 93 percent of costs when upgrading PCs as compared to buying new
  • Understanding the cost of the enterprise's existing PC inventory
  • How to reduce costs of owned computers from a PC lifecycle management perspective
  • Strategies for reducing costs with existing leasing agreements

By getting a better handle on the enterprise's PCs, IT can reduce its budget expenditures and help the company's bottom line.

The attached Zip file includes:

  • Intro Page.doc
  • Cover Sheet and Terms.pdf
  • PC Management Cost Savings.pdf
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