With today's exponential data growth, mobile workforce, and demanding workloads, fast PC performance isn't an option—it's a necessity. Your employees are your most valuable asset, but did you know that lost productivity from waiting for boot-up or large files to launch costs over £6,000 per user, per year 1 with PCs that are as little as three years old? Add it up for your business and you'll agree that faster is better. That's where the Intel vPro® platform comes in.
Increase productivity right out of the box
The Intel vPro platform boosts productivity from day one by delivering business-class performance that lets you handle data fast, makes connectivity simple, and extends battery life. And increased productivity equals lower costs. The Intel vPro platform even comes in lots of form factors, so your users can use the devices that fit their style.
The features you need—the headroom you demand
Built to meet the demands of business workloads, the Intel vPro platform enables Wi-Fi 6 for fast connections and makes connectivity effortless. The Intel vPro platform also helps you get the most out of Windows 10, including running popular Microsoft Office applications, interacting with devices the way you want, and supporting seamless audio- and video conferencing.
Employees are 20.11% less productive on PCs that are 4+ years old, resulting in an estimated cost of £6,217 per year, per user" is a finding of a 2018 web-based survey, commissioned by Intel and conducted by J.Gold Associates, LLC., of 214 small business owners in the UK to assess the challenges and costs associated with deploying older PCs. Survey respondents estimated that for PCs more than 4 years old, employees would be 20.11% less productive - based on an average total compensation rate of a full-time employee of £30,914 (£26,400 national annual wage1 + additional 17.1% (£4,514) for UK non-wage costs2), the lost productivity cost will amount to £6,217. To review this finding and the full report, visit intel.com/SMEStudy.
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