IT Asset Management with DaaS – Device as a Service
With Red8 you can simplify device lifecycle management to harmonize your IT ecosystem
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The modern enterprise is built upon a multitude of devices such as laptops, mobile devices, desktops, and so on. This device ecosystem includes both personal and corporate device assets. These assets underpin productivity, remote working, and can help optimize IT resource use. Lowering the total cost of ownership (TCO) whilst optimizing IT investment in devices throughout the lifecycle, is driving new IT delivery models. Managing the asset lifecycle of these devices, including employees’ personal devices, is a challenge that Device-as-Service (DaaS) can meet. DaaS provides a way to cost-effectively implement IT asset management for a diverse array of devices. By using Device-as-a-Service your enterprise can ensure that the device ecosystem is used optimally, whilst maintaining security across all endpoints.
The Benefits of Device as a Service
Leveraging Red8 to manage the lifecycle of your devices allows you to:
Maintaining IT assets that are up-to-date and reliable can be costly. Red8’s DaaS eliminates major capital investment on devices replacing it with an on-demand model for devices and associated services. An organization has instead, a predictable monthly payment.
Leveraging technology leads to competitive edge. Mobile devices and laptops help facilitate the expectations of modern employees and remote working. But technology changes at a rapid speed. DaaS gives an enterprise freedom from obsolete technology. Red8 DaaS can even provide an option to offer ‘buyback credit’ for existing IT assets.
Free up IT Resources
Technology improves productivity for employees and offers a way to gain competitive edge. However, the maintenance and strategic planning around technology requires intensive support from in-house IT teams. IT support is under increasing pressure to deliver core business tech support. Red8’s DaaS acts like an extension of your team to take the strain and deliver world-class technology. In-house IT teams can focus on core strategic initiatives to take your company forward.
Old devices can lead to security issues. Out of date operating systems and software contain security vulnerabilities that are exploited by cybercriminals. This leads to reduced productivity, stolen data and login credentials, and costly fixes or replacements. Using a DaaS model, unreliable, out-of-date, and old device models are seamlessly replaced, improving overall device reliability and security.
Red8 Device-as-a-Service for Technology Asset Lifecycle Management
A modern enterprise needs a modern approach when delivering technology. Red8 packages our Device-as-a-Service offering as a comprehensive, accessible, flexible, and cost-effective solution. Red8 DaaS makes the entire lifecycle of system staging, preparation and roll-out seamless:
- Staging Services: Red8 can provide asset storage for 100,000’s of devices. Our staging process ensures that your company has exactly the right type of device in the right place. This process ensures that employees are equipped with the correct hardware and accessories and that this is maintained throughout the device lifetime. Red8 test and tag and manage all devices and peripherals
Deployment Services: The deployment of devices is fully managed and controlled by Red8. We cover the entire lifecycle of device management. This includes initial preparation of equipment and de-installing any old equipment. We continue this management by ensuring devices are properly connected to the network.
Managed Services: Continued support and management of devices is vital in the smooth running of tech. Red8 provides 24/7 service desk, ticket management. Red8 DaaS is a fully managed service offering that ensures your devices are working optimally.
Red8 run technical services from a 37,000 sq. ft warehouse. In addition, Red8 provide services to support devices in the field, augmenting this with our virtual desktop delivery service.
A True DaaS Model
Red8’s DaaS manages the entire asset lifecycle from design and planning to configuration, maintenance and disposal of out-of-date assets.
Red8’s expertise in each stage of the DaaS lifecycle, making device lifecycle management simple as possible. We have 30-years experience in technology financing with a lease portfolio of over $1B. We own and operate s 37,000 Sq. foot technology and refurbishment center provides the space to store, deploy, and service all of your end-user devices. Our Proprietary Asset Management System, AMOS, allows you enhanced access, visibility, and control of your devices.
Red8 Device-as-a-Service means your IT support team are free to perform core business IT needs. DaaS keeps your business reliable, cost-effective, secure, agile, and competitive.
Managing the Entire Employee Device Lifecycle
Recently, Red8 had the opportunity to help a northeast financial institution store, deploy and manage all employee devices for over 150 locations. The devices were stored, imaged and patched in our 37,000 sq ft technology center centrally located in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The client was able to consolidate their billing of these devices to one vendor and create a predictable budget, freeing up monetary and personnel resources.
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