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  • Matt Healey,  IDC Research Analyst
  • Greg Bomsta,  End User Computing Senior Manager, Dell
  • Rich Nockels,  Marketing Manager, Intel
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    An InformationWeek Webcast:
    Calculating - then Cutting - the True Cost of PC Deployment

    Duration: 60 Minutes

    The costs associated with deploying PCs can significantly add to the total cost of owning and using them.

    IDC research shows that the average deployment cost is $615 per PC, and costs exceeding $700 are not uncommon. Further, by adopting a higher level of maturity, organizations can reduce IT costs by up to 55%. This translates to a saving of up to $337 per PC. Cost has become a major factor in the decision of many companies to delay technology refreshes. At the same time, cost-driven reductions within IT departments have left fewer disposable labor hours to handle IT needs, including deploying PCs.

    Join IDC Research Analyst, Matt Healey, to learn:

    • IDC’s findings on Deployment practices across the world
    • Cost of Deployment and how you can calculate them
    • Best Practices on Client Deployment

    Also learn about how post-deployment cost can be reduced with the help of vPro technology from Intel.

    Other featured speakers: Dell’s End User Computing Senior Manager, Greg Bomsta and Intel’s Marketing Manager, Rich Nockels.


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