In this paper you'll learn how managing PCs as strategic assets, streamlining processes, and buying more-capable PCs with built-in manageability that improve productivity and security, not only reduces TCO but also delivers measurable top-line benefits year after year.
This paper details key performance results when comparing a new Dell Latitude E4200 laptop running Microsoft® Windows® 7 with an older Latitude D610 and D620, both running Microsoft® Windows XP.
Check out this infographic to view a family of portable computers that are truly built for performance. Designed to help you make the most of today's increasingly-mobile business landscape, these lightweight and high-powered solutions have it all.
The growing popularity of smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices in today's workplace is changing the way we work and conduct business. But how are these trends impacting the PC refresh cycle? View this infographic to find out.
This presentation transcript features industry analysts Brian Madden and Gabe Knuth as they take a deeper look into thin client computing for today’s IT environment. Find out how this technology has evolved throughout the years and learn how it fits in a world of $300 PCs and netbooks.
View this white paper for an introduction to the HP EliteBook Folio, an enterprise-ready, IT-friendly laptop featuring an advanced design, long-lasting battery life and an integrated suite of tools designed to help you operate as productively and efficiently as possible.
HP Care Pack Services are support packages that expand and extend standard warranties for HP hardware and software. HP Care Pack Services provide hardware and software support, installation services, education services and premium support options to meet the needs of business-critical IT environments. View this data sheet to learn more.
The all new Intel® Core™ vPro™ processor family complements the new Windows® 7 operating system by building effective trusted computing and management mechanisms into the hardware. Read this paper to learn more.
With around 6.5 million inhabitants, Madrid is the third largest city in the European Union. And when the ICM, an agency responsible for keeping the city's local government up and running, wanted to provide better access to applications and data on-the-go, they knew that new mobile technology was needed.
This case study discusses the reasons why one company decided to replace their existing laptops every two years. Find out how implementing this strategy benefited both employees and end users.