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A Computer Weekly buyer's guide to going beyond desktop Computing

A digital workplace opens up a range of new possibilities for businesses, but it needs to be implemented in the right way. In this 13-page buyer’s guide, Computer Weekly looks at:

- How HPCs shape up for the digital workplace: Desktop IT is changing to help the increasing demands for functionality, mobility and connectivity

- Whether it makes sense to move the desktop to the cloud, looking into DaaS and assessing if the VDI concept works

- If unified endpoint management has delivered in managing all endpoints and how IT should also look into unifying device security

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