Rugged Laptops Deliver Reliability, Security in Harsh Work Environments


What factors do you consider when deciding if the time has come to upgrade your mobile employees’ laptop or notebook? What about employees with notebooks that are used in extreme environments, with the presence of heat, rain, vibrations and dust? Organizations evaluate the emergence of new security threats and requirements, the availability of new notebook designs, features and functionality, and whether the legacy machines’ processing power still meets the user’s needs. But they also need to consider the performance and reliability of these systems in environments in which they are used…

To assess the needs of this “extreme use” subset of the laptop and notebook market, IDG Research Services recently surveyed more than 130 IT and business professionals working at organizations where employees sometimes use laptops in harsher than normal settings. Among other results, the survey identifies which environmental threats are most worrisome to these buyers, and which laptop purchasing criteria are most important.

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