END-USER COMPUTING

Is data easily & securely accessible?
Does the right balance of technology tools exist?
Is there a hardware refresh cycle in place?
Are the Operating systems currently supported by the vendor?

End User Computing

Ensuring a positive end-user computing experience is critical to retaining employees and driving productivity.

During Quarterly Strategic Technology Planning we discuss your end user computing environment and how it can adhere to best practices.

  • Do workstations and laptops meet established minimum specifications?

    It is important to ensure a minimum hardware specification to provide a consistent end user experience across an organization.

  • Are Windows Updates for security patches configured and enabled?

    Windows updates for security patches are important to protect against flaws in Windows that could potentially allow unwanted access to your systems and data.

  • Are all workstations up to the latest service pack for their respective OS?

    Service packs provide enhanced security, resolution of defective features, and improved stability.

  • Are all Windows Desktop OS licensing keys documented and accessible either physically or electronically?

    Keys ensure the ability to reinstall OSs in a timely manner and ensure licensing requirements are met. All workstations need a key.

  • Are there hot spare / standby workstations ready for use in the event of hardware failure?

    Having a hot spare allows immediate continued production work after primary hardware failure. This minimizes end user down time.

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