PC devices take on many shapes and sizes. From the traditional tower desktop through to the ultralight tablet, organisations can now utilise the right device for their business requirements.
Moncrieff was at the dawn of the PC age during the 1980’s and possess unrivaled experience in assisting organisations in making the correct decisions. Through a consultative approach, Moncrieff streamlines the process. We align business requirements with the devices that best meet your organisation’s needs.
Moncrieff does not stop at simply supplying devices, the real value that Moncrieff can bring is developing a PC lifecycle management solution to meet an organisations supply chain requirements. Our speciality is delivering fully configured systems anyware in Australia within 2 days from order.
With our PC device lifecycle management approach, organisations can be confident that they are utilising cutting-edge technology. That their team members have access to a device quickly and is ready to go, ensuring their productivity. By maintaining parterships with Tier 1 PC vendors and keeping abreast of technology advancements and improvements, Moncrieff’s works with you to determine the current needs and forecast requirements in line with projected business growth.
IDC research indicates that the desktop market continues to decline yet there is significant movement in the category itself. Traditional towers will suffer significant attrition toward small desktops such as the “The rapid growth of ultrasmall desktops suggests that there is some strength left in the traditional desktop category,” states Linn Huang, IDC research director, Devices & Displays.
For years, employers have equated equipping employees with laptops and labelled it “business mobility.” Mobility is not merely a device but an enterprise-wide architecture to enable the workforce to be “anytime, anywhere information workers” Laptops are a component of mobility offering a fully-featured operating system with significant computing power and memory. In 2014, Forrester Research of the global workforce determined that 29% used three or more devices.
A 2-in-1 laptop provides the user experience of a tablet with the computing power, software compatibility, and overall characteristics of a laptop. The greatest benefit of a 2-in-1 laptop is its combination of portability and usability. A tablet typically accommodates for a touchscreen environment only, which limits the user’s ability to complete more in-depth, work-heavy tasks such as word processing, analytics, and data manipulation.
Tablets are traditionally not used for business but have found their place in the boardroom. Generally used for notetaking and quick referencing. In BYOD organisations, employees may “bring along” their tablet in addition to other devices.
Business requirements for the PC device are the primary consideration for any organisation. Additional considerations after establishing the type of device: