Optimize IT Assets and Resources - How Offloading Some Or All Of Your Daily Device Monitoring And Security Can Increase Uptime And Decrease IT Spend

The modern end-user computing environment is significantly different from what IT has experienced in the past. Employees are no longer tied to cubicles, instead increasingly working in remote locations or on the go. Device proliferation has become standard because of a constant hand-off of work tasks between mobile and desktop computing devices; as a result, the average employee uses more than one device to complete their work—and that number is likely to grow.

This is forcing IT teams to manage and secure many different operating systems, apps, associated system APIs, and cloud services. But a multi-OS end-user computing environment cannot be effectively managed with siloed management and reporting that can lead to increased complexities and costs, security lapses, and a poor end-user experience.

The answer might lie in the increasingly popular “as a service” model that has become widespread in software, infrastructure, and, more recently, computing devices. Businesses are already seeing its benefits in acquiring, deploying, and refreshing devices.

But why stop there? Why not expand that concept to monitoring, supporting, and securing devices so your organization can offload the challenges of daily device security and management, freeing up the IT team to focus on other priorities?

With HP Device as a Service (DaaS), customers get an end-to-end solution that combines hardware, insightful analytics, proactive management, and services for every stage of the device lifecycle. By using HP DaaS for unified endpoint management, companies can optimize IT assets and resources and reduce the workload for IT.

This eBook takes a deeper look at the benefits of HP DaaS and unified endpoint management, and the advantages your company gets from a partnership with HP.


Share content on email