What is Driving the Need for DaaS?
Changing profile of the workforce
Your organisation is probably already aware that the changing profile of the workforce means you need to provide the right technology. Experts predict that by 2020, millennials will make up 35% of the global workforce with Gen Z making up 24%. That equates to more than half the entire workforce population! This new generation expect the latest technology and it is a driver for where they choose to work, with an expectation to be able to work flexibly wherever and whenever they want.
Microsoft have announced that they are ending free support for Windows 7
Crucially, Microsoft have announced that they are ending free support for Win 7 on 14th Jan 2020.
The way that IT is managed and the way that IT provide services is changing
You need to move to the Cloud and have challenges with capital expenditure. Device as Service (DaaS) and Software as a Service (SaaS) are enabling organisations to free up their IT teams to focus on what’s important with the added benefits of reducing capital expenditure and increased security.
The most up-to-date hardware and software ensure greater levels security
We know that a security breach is what keeps you awake at night. How do you ensure you are protecting your organisation from the ever more sophisticated threats from hackers? By ensuring you have the most up to date technology and software – that’s how.
Your IT budget can only go so far. How do you maximise your budget whilst ensuring you meet board needs, user needs and the needs of your department? DaaS allows you to spread your costs, is ultimately cheaper than buying your devices up front – all with the added benefit of the latest technology and updates.