7 Obstacles to Watch Out for When Upgrading Your PC Fleet
Pens. Notepads. Sticky notes. Coffee. Employees require a lot of different things to get their work done.
However, nothing matches the importance of the PC. If you took away most people’s computers, business would simply grind to a halt.
As a result, employees expect and demand to work with the best PCs possible. Because the technology continues to evolve by leaps and bounds, most enterprises have a regular cadence for their PC refresh cycle. By giving users a new computer every three years or so, you can ensure they have the speed and performance they need to run the latest applications and be their most productive selves.
While employees love getting a new computer, the process can be one massive headache for IT Ops. If handled incorrectly, PC fleet upgrades can introduce complexity that creates a lack of stability for employees throughout the organization, driving productivity to a halt—exactly what a new PC is supposed to prevent.