HP helps companies rethink client computing to increase user productivity.
HP today introduced its client infrastructure portfolio to redesign client computing environments to simplify management, increase security and enhance the user experience.
Today’s workers have a diverse range of computing requirements across devices, applications, mobility and performance needs. As such, technology teams are challenged to deliver services efficiently and cost-effectively across this heterogeneous environment.
According to an independent report from Forrester Research Inc., “Beginning in 2010 but flourishing over the long term, the ‘corporate desktop’ will no longer be a physical machine but a virtual image that users will access from whatever device is most convenient at that time in that particular location. Users will be able to complete all of their activities (work and personal) from the same device without security compromises.”(1)
With PC refreshes and Microsoft Windows® 7 migrations on the horizon, the time has never been better to strategically rethink client architecture design.
The new HP Client Infrastructure Services portfolio simplifies management and increases worker productivity while mitigating business risk. HP develops a strategy with end-user segmentation, takes a lifecycle approach to change, and advises a hybrid design model that includes a mix of new and traditional PCs, virtual desktops, application virtualization, and more.
“HP can help organizations address today’s desktop management challenges to gain back control and delight the end user,” said Samer Zein, Director Technology Services for HP in the Middle East. “HP delivers the industry’s broadest client infrastructure portfolio around the world, covering end-user devices, applications and operations management, and technology infrastructure.”
More information about the HP Client Infrastructure Services portfolio is available at www.hp.com/services/clientinfrastructure.