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Left to your own devices

A greater reliance on personal devices will make device-as-a-service offerings a tempting proposition for businesses, but due diligence is required

7th June, 2020
Tara Gale, client solutions marketing manager for Dell Technologies Ireland

With offices being a no-go for the majority of people in the short term, businesses will be thinking about the next steps for remote working.

After being thrown into the deep end, the initial focus has been on getting services and accessories over to workers to ensure they can keep up their work and maintain productivity.

While the rush to get everyone set up remotely has died down, attention will turn toward the type of...

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