Post written by Letha Wicker
Technology in the workplace greatly affects how we communicate and do business. As an IT professional, one of the most important jobs you have is to monitor changing business priorities and end-user work styles to effectively optimize IT products and services. By ensuring your end-users are armed with products and solutions that enable their direct success, you provide your business with a sustainable competitive advantage.
Join Dell (@DellSMBUS), Samsung™ (@SamsungSemiUS) and a guest expert in a discussion on end user computing and how you can improve it for your workforce, including:
Steps to implementing a BYOD (Bring-Your-Own-Device) Strategy
Successfully migrating/refreshing operating systems
Securing your data while moving to the cloud
Empowering a remote workforce, while enabling collaboration and productivity
What steps has your company taken to improve end-user computing? What steps have proven to be the most or least successful?
Follow the hashtag #DellEUC to join in. Come prepared with your questions and thoughts on what steps your company has taken to improve end-user computing and what has proven to be more successful than others. Don't miss this informative chat!
Wednesday, March 20, from 12-1 pm Central Daylight Time
Register here: http://bit.ly/ZuljX3