In many ways, companies have found that when buying a new computer for their organisation, the device they have purchased will only fit their requirements for that moment in time. A reason for this is that the manufactures of our operating systems and the applications that we use on a day to day basis are continuously bringing out new features that either require more space, more memory or more processing power.
You then get caught in the cycle of your computer slowing down and becoming cumbersome to use. Productivity decreases, reports become slower to run… When we might have been waiting a few short moments for our computer to start so we can answer that urgent email our devices are now taking ten minutes just to get all the services to start in our operating system. Companies now have a depreciating asset that is no long fit for purpose and is expensive to maintain and support.
So what is the solution? The short response is: PC as a Service.