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  • How Mobile Workstations are Changing the Way We Work from Home

    Study up on the workloads and performance requirements that modern mobile workstations are being engineered to deliver on – and how to start putting this tech in the hands of your employees.

  • Know the warning signs of an overstressed PC

    If your laptop or PC get too hot, you risk serious – and often permanent – damage to the device. Discover best practices for reducing the risk of PC overheating while working at home– and learn what warning signs to look for to avoid bricking your essential work devices.

  • Make Remote Work Work for You

    Today, an entire workforce has transitioned to working from home – AKA, realizing they took their nice office chairs for granted. Inside, learn how to create an at-home workspace that, while not an exact recreation of your desk back at the office, can come close.

  • The Art of Availability

    You’re going to have to sit through a lot of video meetings and conference calls – that’s just the nature of remote work. Find out how to use the capabilities of Microsoft Teams and Windows 10 to maximize productivity, set availability limits, and protect your privacy while working-from-home.

  • SMBs: Your Tech Choices Impact the Employee Experience, Whether You Plan for It or Not

    Download the full report to uncover all the ways your business can optimize for success—including updating to modern devices like the ThinkBook 14 running Windows 10 Pro—and cultivate a workplace that stands out from the competition.

  • Boost Your Bottom Line with Tech for the New Workforce

    Only 68% of employees are happy with their workplace technology. Companies can be slow to adopt to the needs of their employees, which can take a toll on overall productivity and retention. Use this whitepaper to learn how to boost employee experience with the right device choices.

  • Migrate from Windows® XP to Windows 7 in 20 Minutes

    This white paper details a process that allows organizations to migrate from Windows® XP to Windows 7 in 20 minutes or less.

  • Compare Windows 8 and Windows® XP Security Problems

    This white paper explains the most critical security-related differences between Windows® XP and Windows 8, including each operating system’s ability to provision security patches, integrate with MDM and more.

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