Next-generation PCs can do more than facilitate work: they can attract and retain talent. In this IDC White Paper, learn why IT decision makers (ITDMs) have shifted their focus from PC cost to employee satisfaction.
Recruiting and Retaining Talent Using Next-Gen PCs
Today’s employees are working in new ways, with new tools. With new, faster PCs, employees can work faster and smarter—and keep data secure. In this IDC White Paper, commissioned by Intel, discover how ITDMs are expanding form factors and capabilities available to users without sacrificing security or manageability:
64% of workers say the technology they are given impacts their productivity.
56% of workers say their employer’s provided technology impacts their willingness to stay long-term.
81% of ITDMs plan to expand workstation deployment to handle new workloads in Ai, data science, and AR/VR.
51% of U.S. organizations plan to test or deploy 5G laptops.
28% of U.S. organizations plan to use dual-screen notebooks.
Just over 50% of data that needs protection will be protected.
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This commissioned paper from IDC—based on surveys of ITDMs—gives decision makers a glimpse into future needs to plan technology provisioning.
Explore IDC’s White Paper to Understand:
Impacts of device selection on employee satisfaction.
Device security needs as attacks become more complex.
Performance considerations for remote and flexible staffing models.
Business-boosting impacts of Intel® technology including the Intel vPro® platform.
Those that commit to a modern PC strategy will find a growing multitude of more exciting devices than ever before.
Next-generation PCs do more than just facilitate data creation and protection - they are play a role in bringing the right employees into the organization.