Gone are the days of issuing the same corporate PC. Now that your team can work-from-anywhere, providing your team members the right technology to achieve maximum productivity has become a little trickier. One size no longer fits all. Recent Dell research identifies 5 unique work styles, and we’ve developed ecosystems around each one. Learn more below.
39% of the workforce uses multiple devices while travelling for work.
52% of the global workforce spends at least some, if not all, of its time working remotely.
74% of the global workforce continues to use a desktop for work-based activities.
72% of the global workforce sees collaboration increase with on-the-go technology.
10-16% of every workforce, including each of our respective work personas, has specific needs that demand specialized technology.
These fast-moving employees demand access to people, programs and data from anywhere
Give the on-the-go segment lighter, more portable devices and consider moving to tablets and convertibles.
Reduce the number of devices to be carried and kick-start efficiency with devices that multitask, such as convertibles.
Let users quickly share and collaborate via wireless projection, content sharing or desktop video conferencing.
Cloud services, backup/recovery services and accidental damage protection will grow alongside the mobile user segment.
These users spend most of their time away from the office
These users are often left to fend for themselves, but predicted growth (+5%) will lead to more attention.
Increasing numbers of remote staff will drive the need for collaboration solutions such as desktop video conferencing.
Give remote users the freedom to work on the move with mobile devices and accessories.
These users spend most of their day in a designated workspace
As staff become more flexible, hot-desking may increase, driving the need for noise-canceling headphones.
Boost meeting-room productivity by cutting the reliance on cables, so users can wirelessly share information.
Give them the freedom to move around the office and the flexibility to work from home. Move away from desktops to laptops with docking stations. Explore opportunities in HDD services and cloud storage.
These users spend most of their day moving about the building or campus
Give them more flexibility, even from home by moving to lighter, more portable laptops. Switch some users to tablets and convertibles.
Cater to specialist roles with more durable, rugged mobile devices.
Let users share information in meetings via wireless display or content sharing.
Specialized workers, like architects and designers, demand workstation precision
With new devices, workers enjoy increased efficiencies, without the frustration of having a system that crashes or stalls. This leads employees to create better work, which ultimately it trickles down to the company's bottom line. A few wasted minutes dealing with a technological hang-up can add up exponentially. People using Precision workstations — the engineers, animators, designers — are often driving core business to the company. When employees are interrupted because of a hiccup in the machine's software, it can hinder the creative process. They waste time feeling annoyed as they stare at a blank screen, unable to execute their ideas or try new ones. As the deadline approaches, there's less room to experiment creatively, and it can show in the work.
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