WorkPlace360 Services allows clients to reduce complexity and operational costs
HP has launched a new subscription-based enterprise desktop management offering, WorkPlace360 Services, which is an automated, scalable offering designed to help clients reduce complexity and operational costs.
The new offering provides organisations a standardised, packaged service that simplifies and reduces costs throughout the enterprise desktop management life cycle, said the company.
The WorkPlace360 is a fully managed, global IT service that enables organisations to improve IT staff productivity with rapid deployment of services and technology matched to the user’s specific role, the company claimed.
It also says that the offering improves software compliance through an automated distribution of upgrades and patches, and reduces risk of security threats through security software and remote monitoring.
In addition, the offering simplifies technology refresh cycles, as the company assumes responsibility for hardware replacement; and improves environmental sustainability by upgrading to the current energy-efficient technology and properly disposing of older equipment.
HP enterprise services workplace services vice-president Brandt Faatz said organisations are looking to remove IT complexities that burden numerous resources and can impact costs and productivity.
"With HP WorkPlace360 services, clients can eliminate enterprise desktop constraints with a comprehensive, 360-degree workplace service without seeing large spikes in IT budgets or workloads," Faatz said.