The hybrid work environment is here to stay. Is your organization up to the challenge? In this Forrester paper, discover how organizations that invest in stable, high performing PCs are reaping the benefits — and why those that don’t risk being left behind.
PCs Make or Break Hybrid Work Models
IT decision makers (ITDMs) are focusing on how to empower employees amid the rapid global shift to hybrid work. In this Forrester paper commissioned by Intel, find out challenges other ITDMs are facing, as well as what sets successful companies apart:
With employees working from ever-more locations, improving endpoint security is the top priority for 78% of ITDMs surveyed.
IT organizations are feeling increased strain when managing a hybrid work environment. 59% of ITDMs are struggling to remotely manage PCs the way they want today.
PC buying is undergoing a monumental shift: 87% of ITDMs said that they are thinking about PC device purchasing differently because of the hybrid work world.
ITDMs see the value of investing in high performing PCs. 86% of ITDMs noted that ensuring business continuity by providing employees with extremely stable PCs is a top priority when deciding which PCs to buy in the future.
65% of high maturity organizations strongly agree they will be upgrading to higher-performing devices for their employees.
90% of ITDMs recognize that reliable PC devices improve their employee experience.
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This Intel-commissioned Forrester paper explores the role of high performing and stable PC devices in the future of work.
4 Key Takeaways
The pandemic redefined how organizations and employees work. The hybrid/remote work flux continues, but the majority of IT decision makers (ITDMs) are planning for hybrid/remote work for the long-term.
Older PCs are not equipped to support hybrid work, and the strain of selecting PCs to address this problem falls on ITDMs.
Hybrid work requires high performing PCs that have enhanced capability in security, manageability, and reliability.
Investing in high performing PCs enhances the employee experience, as well as individual productivity. It also pays dividends for the larger organization by making the group more productive, secure and efficient.
58% of ITDMS surveyed struggle to support hybrid work with today's PCs. 61% noted that their ability to support hybrid work is inhibited by poorly performing PCs.
At the center of hybrid work sits the PC — and 70% of global leaders say that poor performance erodes their employees’ productivity.