IT Best Practices: PCs as Strategic Assets

November 2nd, 2010 |
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IT Best Practices: By actively managing Intel’s PC fleet as a strategic asset, Intel IT has consistently decreased total cost of ownership (TCO) for PCs, achieving a 67 percent reduction since 1995.

Because PC acquisition costs typically account for only 20 to 30 percent of TCO, we don’t fixate on these costs alone. Instead, we align our PC fleet investments and management practices with Intel’s strategic goals. Adopting a centralized support model, focusing on technology that enhances PC manageability, and shifting to mobile computing are all investments that align with Intel’s strategic goals and give Intel increasing levels of employee productivity.

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