What do you see as the future for Modern IT (cloud-based) around PC fleets including configuration, provisioning and asset management?

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Product Management Manager in Education, 2 - 10 employees
The future of Modern IT around PC fleets will see significant advancements in automation, cloud-based solutions, AI, security, and integration with other IT tools. These developments will enable more efficient and secure management of PC fleets, resulting in cost savings and increased productivity. Embracing these emerging trends is essential for businesses to stay competitive in the digital landscape.
Product Management Manager in Media, 1,001 - 5,000 employees
This is expected to continue to grow and improve. With the increasing popularity of cloud-based solutions, there will be a greater emphasis on automation, self-service, and scalability. The use of AI and machine learning will become more prevalent in areas such as asset management and predictive maintenance. Additionally, the adoption of DevOps methodologies will enable more efficient deployment and management of PC fleets. Overall, the future of modern IT for PC fleet management will be characterized by increased efficiency, flexibility, and cost-effectiveness.
Product Management Manager in Finance (non-banking), 10,001+ employees
Modern IT is one of the biggest breakthrough which has enabled the companies to upscale very easily as and when they require. It also allows them to pay only for whatever they use. For example: Let us consider AWS, to configure an EC2 instance in a customized way, user has to make some efforts on configuration side, however, in the coming few years, that need would also lessen to some extend, although not completely, thus reducing the time taken to customize the instances.

However, users do have an option to save a scanned image as well of a specific configuration and use it again and again

In terms of asset management, cloud has already helped companies and will continue to do so. Some companies, however, might still opt for hybrid model

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