DE­VICE-AS-A-SER­VICE

HP An­nounced DaaS Pro­gram for En­ter­prises in Malaysia to Eas­ily Ac­quire, De­ploy, Man­age, and Re­fresh PC Tech­nolo­gies

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HP an­nounced that it will be of­fer­ing De­vice-as-a-Ser­vice pro­gram for en­ter­prises in Malaysia. The pro­gram aims to help busi­nesses who want to move fast, be more ef­fi­cient, and still pro­vide the best ex­pe­ri­ence to de­mand­ing em­ploy­ees with­out the chal­lenge of time, cost, and com­plex­ity of procur­ing and main­tain­ing their PC in­fra­struc­ture.

“En­ter­prises want to spend more time in­no­vat­ing and en­gag­ing with their cus­tomers, in­stead of wor­ry­ing about their PC in­fra­struc­ture and costs. HP DaaS takes care of the cus­tomer’s whole PC life­cy­cle, sim­pli­fy­ing IT’s job, giv­ing end-users peace of mind and a bet­ter ex­pe­ri­ence with their devices,” said Kym Lim, Man­ag­ing Di­rec­tor, HP PPS Sales, Malaysia.

HP ex­plained that with DaaS, cus­tomers can use their PCs like a util­ity. They pay one price per seat on a monthly ba­sis over a threeor four-year pe­riod. They also get cus­tom­ized ser­vices and sup­port from HP. As the provider, HP will as­sist with PC con­fig­u­ra­tion and in­stal­la­tion, on-site break-fix, data mi­gra­tion, proac­tive sup­port, while hav­ing the abil­ity to re­fresh to the lat­est HP tech­nol­ogy for sub­se­quent con­tract pe­ri­ods.

The devices cov­ered un­der HP DaaS in­clude com­mer­cial desk­tops, note­book PCs, tablets, and work­sta­tions.

By us­ing HP DaaS, cus­tomers can free them­selves from hav­ing to pay the up­front costs of buy­ing new PCs, as it in­cor­po­rates ser­vices, sup­port, and even­tual dis­posal as part of over­all ser­vices.

This is un­like a typ­i­cal leas­ing agree­ment for PC ac­qui­si­tion, where setup and main­te­nance agree­ment are cov­ered un­der sep­a­rate con­tracts. This means that cus­tomers can en­joy more pre­dictable an­nual costs and greater ease from man­ag­ing just one con­tract dur­ing the en­tire PC life­cy­cle.

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