This IDC study offers practical guidance to help IT and non-IT leaders justify investment in workstation solutions. This guidance includes answers to the following:
Why are workstations important for consideration for investment?
What are workstations and their key use cases?
Who are the key stakeholders that should be involved in workstation initiatives? What are their roles and responsibilities for promoting successful workstation projects?
How can IT and non-IT leaders help accelerate investment in the workstations for their organization?
"Workstations now offer more budget-friendly, high-end processors, so users can purchase a machine that meets their requirements without exceeding their budget. High-end PC users can now migrate to a workstation that provides increased performance reliability and with better graphics for a small price increase. High-end PC users are also beginning to migrate to workstations for the increased performance, reliability, and improved graphics capability for only a small price increase," said Lloyd Cohen, director of Worldwide Market Analysis.