A day in the life of an IT manager
13 June 2017
As work becomes ever more mobile, people access data on an increasing amount of devices. They want access to company apps and data on their phone, laptop, tablet – a mixture of business and personal devices with multiple software versions and fractured OSs.
It’s a security risk, and can be both complex and costly to manage.
That’s why we created the HP Elite x3. The one device that’s every device.
Intrigued? Watch the video below and experience a day in the life of an IT manager with a fleet of HP Elite x3s.
Employees can start a task on the way to work, using it as a phone, then plug it into the dock on their desk and continue on a full display and keyboard. It works just like a PC.It provides a PC-like experience, powered by your phone. Because it is a PCBecause it has PC features inside, like. Inside is athe Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor, equivalent to Intel’s Core i5.
Security risks are minimised as only one device is used to access data, rather than a separate smartphone, desktop and laptop. Biometric login – fingerprint and iris scanner – ensure only its user gets in. You get the benefit of being productive in two places at once, with minimised risk.
And because it’s been tested to military standards, even the clumsiest employee will struggle to break it.
With HP Workspace, users can access all the same software they would on a standard computer, so they already know how to use everything; including applications they wouldn’t normally get on a mobile.
Running on Windows 10, everyone stays on the same OS, using the same software - reducing compatibility issues - and reducing the total number of devices you need to manage.
With less time spent on device management, you can spend more on improving productivity, strategic IT initiatives, and cost saving.
The Elite x3 with Windows 10 provides you with the powerful essentials you need for your business PCs and mobile devices. Find out more here.
1. For multi-screen Continuum experience, one of the following accessories are required: 1) HP Elite x3 Desk Dock using USB-C™ to DisplayPort connection to external display, 2) HP Elite x3 Lap Dock using USB-C™ connection to HP Elite x3 Lap Dock’s integrated display, 3) Dongle using USB-C™ to DisplayPort, HDMI or VGA connection to external display, 4) Miracast-enabled external display or Miracast dongle attached to an external display. All docks and dongles sold separately.
2. Not all features are available in all editions or versions of Windows. Systems may require upgraded and/or separately purchased hardware, drivers, software or BIOS update to take full advantage of Windows functionality. Windows 10 Mobile is automatically updated, which is always enabled. ISP fees may apply and additional requirements may apply over time for updates. See http://www.microsoft.com.