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    Buying PCs for employees: Features to prioritise? Sponsored by Intel vPro

    by Mary Weilage ·

    What features do you look for when purchasing a PC: performance, security features, remote management capabilities or something else?

    Or, do you have any questions for our Intel experts?

    • This topic was modified 3 months, 1 week ago by Avatar photoTamara Scott.

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    • #4223925

      features you look for when purchasing a PC

      by bilal.y4243 ·

      In reply to Buying PCs for employees: Features to prioritise? Sponsored by Intel vPro

      When purchasing a PC, it’s essential to consider factors like performance, security features, remote management capabilities, reliability, compatibility with software and peripherals, upgradeability, and warranty/support services. These features ensure a smooth and efficient computing experience while addressing both current and future needs.

    • #4223933

      Things to consider while buying a PC:

      by kanewilliam325 ·

      In reply to Buying PCs for employees: Features to prioritise? Sponsored by Intel vPro

      Here are the things that we need to consider while buying a PC:
      1. The Amount of Memory (RAM)
      2. The Processor Used
      3. Storage Capacity
      4. Hard Drive Type
      5. Operating system
      6. Graphics card
      7. Screen size and CPU
      8. Brand and Warranty period

      Thanks

    • #4224166

      Buying PCs for employees: Features to prioritise?

      by cassharper030 ·

      In reply to Buying PCs for employees: Features to prioritise? Sponsored by Intel vPro

      Prioritize performance to ensure that tasks can be completed swiftly and smoothly, enhancing productivity. Focus on security features to safeguard sensitive data and protect against cyber threats, ensuring the safety of your business and employees. Lastly, remote management capabilities enable efficient IT management, allowing issues to be resolved quickly and effectively from a distance.

    • #4226618

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      by gadgetclub1122 ·

      In reply to Buying PCs for employees: Features to prioritise? Sponsored by Intel vPro

      When purchasing a PC, I prioritize a balance of performance, security features, and remote management capabilities. High performance ensures seamless multitasking and smooth operation of demanding applications. Robust security features safeguard sensitive data against cyber threats and unauthorized access. Additionally, remote management capabilities enable convenient troubleshooting and maintenance, especially in distributed work environments. As for questions for Intel experts, I’m curious about the latest advancements in processor technology that enhance both performance and security without compromising efficiency or battery life.

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      hardware, software

      by mrdigitalmeta.com ·

      In reply to Buying PCs for employees: Features to prioritise? Sponsored by Intel vPro

      When purchasing a PC, I prioritize performance, security features, and remote management capabilities. Do you have any insights on how Intel’s latest technologies contribute to these aspects?

    • #4238031

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      by theweebditto ·

      In reply to Buying PCs for employees: Features to prioritise? Sponsored by Intel vPro

      RAM and processor.

    • #4241654

      Reply To: Buying PCs for employees: Features to prioritise? Sponsored by Intel vPro

      by ricky26woods ·

      In reply to Buying PCs for employees: Features to prioritise? Sponsored by Intel vPro

      When buying PCs for employees, prioritizing features that align with your business needs is essential. Sponsored by Intel vPro, here are the key features to consider to ensure you provide the best computing experience for your employees:

      1. Processor and Performance
      2. Memory (RAM)
      3. Storage
      4. Security Features
      5. Manageability
      6. Battery Life
      7. Display and Graphics
      8. Build Quality and Portability
      9. Connectivity Options

    • #4241679

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      by Nbicleaneronline ·

      In reply to Buying PCs for employees: Features to prioritise? Sponsored by Intel vPro

      When purchasing a PC, I prioritize performance, security features, and remote management capabilities. Additionally, I have some questions for Intel experts regarding the latest advancements in these areas.

    • #4241797

      questions from intel experts

      by jasonWilliam879890 ·

      In reply to Buying PCs for employees: Features to prioritise? Sponsored by Intel vPro

      What advancements in processor technology can users expect in the near future, and how will these impact PC performance and efficiency?
      How is Intel addressing the growing demand for security features in its processors, especially in the context of evolving cybersecurity threats?
      Can you provide insights into Intel’s roadmap for remote management capabilities, particularly in catering to the needs of businesses and remote workers?
      What measures is Intel taking to enhance the reliability and durability of its processors, especially in demanding usage scenarios?
      How does Intel approach sustainability in its manufacturing processes and product lifecycle, and what initiatives are in place to minimize environmental impact?

    • #4243881

      Reply To: Buying PCs for employees: Features to prioritise? Sponsored by Intel vPro

      by richerd9860 ·

      In reply to Buying PCs for employees: Features to prioritise? Sponsored by Intel vPro

      When buying PCs for employees, prioritize features like performance, security, and manageability. Look for devices with Intel vPro for enhanced productivity,robust security features, and easy remote management.

    • #4244308

      Reply To: Buying PCs for employees: Features to prioritise? Sponsored by Intel vPro

      by smithjohns002002 ·

      In reply to Buying PCs for employees: Features to prioritise? Sponsored by Intel vPro

      When purchasing a PC, I prioritize performance, security features, and reliability. However, the specific features I look for might vary depending on my usage needs. For example, if I’m using the PC for work, remote management capabilities could be important for efficiency. If I’m using it for personal use, features like graphics capability for gaming or video editing might be more significant. Do you have any recommendations or insights on the latest advancements in PC technology, particularly regarding performance and security?

    • #4244575

      When Buying PCs for employees.

      by antoinejack29 ·

      In reply to Buying PCs for employees: Features to prioritise? Sponsored by Intel vPro

      When purchasing a PC, I prioritize technical aspects such as CPU and GPU performance, RAM capacity, SSD storage speed, and security features like TPM and biometric authentication. Remote management capabilities, including Intel vPro, are crucial for IT administration. Additionally, reliability, thermal management, and manufacturer support are key considerations.

    • #4245166

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      by harleydaxton ·

      In reply to Buying PCs for employees: Features to prioritise? Sponsored by Intel vPro

      When purchasing a PC, I prioritize performance for smooth multitasking and running demanding applications, alongside robust security features to protect sensitive data. Remote management capabilities are also important for efficiency and maintenance. If I could ask Intel experts: How is Intel innovating in integrating AI into future PC processors to enhance user experiences beyond traditional computing tasks?

    • #4246059

      Key Features and Questions for Intel Experts When Purchasing a PC

      by Islabrown471 ·

      In reply to Buying PCs for employees: Features to prioritise? Sponsored by Intel vPro

      When purchasing a PC, I prioritize performance, security, and remote management capabilities. For performance, I look for high-performance processors like Intel Core i5 or i7, at least 8GB of RAM (preferably 16GB), and a combination of SSD for speed and HDD for capacity. Security features such as Intel Hardware Shield, TPM, and biometric authentication like fingerprint readers or facial recognition are essential. Remote management capabilities, including Intel vPro technology and compatibility with remote desktop tools, are also crucial. Additionally, I value durable and portable designs, multiple connectivity options, high-resolution displays with quality IPS panels, and long-lasting battery life with fast charging. I’m interested in hearing from Intel experts about upcoming processor advancements, enhanced hardware-level security, and new features in Intel vPro technology.

    • #4246115

      Reply To: Buying PCs for employees: Features to prioritise? Sponsored by Intel vPro

      by pelorustechnologies ·

      In reply to Buying PCs for employees: Features to prioritise? Sponsored by Intel vPro

      When purchasing PCs for employees, prioritize performance for efficient multitasking, robust security features to protect sensitive data, and remote management capabilities for seamless IT support. Intel vPro technology ensures these needs are met with enhanced performance, advanced security, and comprehensive manageability.

    • #4224240

      Purchasing a PC

      by guineapigdiary1 ·

      When purchasing a PC, I prioritize a few key features. Firstly, performance is paramount I look for a system that can handle my tasks efficiently, whether it’s work, gaming, or multimedia editing. Security features are also crucial, especially in today’s digital landscape, so I choose for systems with robust built in security measures to protect my data and privacy. Additionally, remote management capabilities are a plus, allowing for easier troubleshooting and maintenance.

      As for questions for Intel experts, I’m curious about the advancements in processor technology that enhance both performance and energy efficiency. How does Intel continue to innovate in these areas, and what can we expect from future generations of processors in terms of performance gains and power consumption reduction?

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