Tech 101: DaaS
For organizations large and small, refreshing a fleet of personal computing devices every three to five years can involve substantial costs, especially when considering peripheral expenditures for procurement, deployment, training, support, recovery, and asset management. What it is: Device as a Service (DaaS) helps organizations mitigate these costs by taking a typical hardware device (such as a laptop, desktop, tablet, or mobile phone), bundling it with a variety of services and software, and offering it to a customer for a monthly subscription fee. Why it matters: With DaaS, you can keep devices up to date, while taking control of your cash flow and estimating predictable monthly expenses, rather than costly one-time bills. DaaS offers benefits in: Cash Flow Management The DaaS model allows organizations to shirt large IT budget...
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