End User Computing
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Once upon a time all users sat at a desktop computer in an office; but those days are long gone. Managing end-user computing gets more complicated every day. It's not an easy time to be a CIO. Need help? You've come to the right place. Thanks to Dell & Intel, this is your source for end-user computing management. Learn about mobility, BYOD, consumerization, tablets, cloud services, client-side virtualization, client operating systems, and more. Learn how to tackle the challenges of complexity, compliance, and control, and how to pounce on the opportunities for efficiency, productivity, and user satisfaction.
Demands for anytime-anywhere access are pushing organizations toward more cloud services and mobile devices. Staff use personal consumer smartphones for business purposes, whether you've authorized it or not. If you've been waiting to make a decision on whether to foot the bill for more end-user mobile devices or to allow a bring-your-own-device policy, you can't put it off any longer. Use the resources here to help you make the right decision.




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