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The All New 2010 Intel Core vPro Processor Family and Windows 7: Your Best Choice for Business PCs

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Your guide to simplified PC lifecycle management

To achieve workforce transformation businesses need more than just new hardware upgrades. Organizations must also consider upgrading their deployment and management practices to make sure that PCs are consistently running as securely and efficiently as possible.

But PC lifecycle management is a never-ending process that requires a lot of time and effort for already busy IT teams.

Download this white paper to learn how Dell’s PC lifecycle management technology can help IT take control of their PC infrastructure and streamline management by combining data security, real-time status updates, and deployment support.

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