Calculating ROI for PC hardware and Client OS Upgrades
Nearly a quarter of all businesses are still using Windows XP, despite two current and effective Windows OS options. Now, with the end-of-support for Windows XP upcoming in 2014, many organizations are faced with the challenge of how to keep end users productive, while retaining necessary applications and security. The high functionality of Windows 7 and Windows 8 combined with the fact that many organizations have delayed updating hardware, creates a perfect scenario to upgrade both – likely saving a good amount of money in the process!
Join the webinar on Calculating ROI for PC hardware and Client OS Upgrades:
- Gain a better understanding of the unique market and economic factors that have delayed both hardware and software updates
- Find out why delaying previous upgrades may now be an advantage because of the ability to solve both problems with one decision
- Discover the most important factors to consider before refreshing and how to ensure the best possible return on investment (ROI)
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