THE Hewlett-packard The company that sells most notebooks in the world precisely because it has a great vis to the corporate world.
O DaaS (Device-as-a-Service, or appliance as a service) is an initiative to serve both small and large businesses that need IT solutions, from hardware and service accessories and life cycle support, with a price per device.
From now on, HP will also support Apple products such as iPhones, iPads, Macs, among others:
As part of HP's advanced DaaS offering, customers will be able to use HP-supported iPhones, iPads, Macs and other Apple devices, managed services and world-class reviews. HP estimates that by 2020 there will be 9 billion commercial devices worldwide, with an average of 4 devices per user. Mixed device environments are the norm in today's world and are becoming increasingly difficult and costly for organizations due to the number of devices managing various device types, operating systems and vendors.
At first, Apple product support in the program will only be in the United States. However, the company already plans to expand this to various other corners of the world.
HP says it can help companies choose the right devices for the job and offers a three-tiered service ranging from hardware repair or replacement and analysis to a comprehensive package that covers all aspects of IT management.
The corporate market has been a fertile ground for Apple, mainly because of partnerships with IBM, Cisco, Deloitte, SAP, Accenture, among others. As a result, a 2017 Jamf Trends Survey survey indicated that 99% of companies use iPhones and / or iPads, while 91% are using Macs.