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Technology reimagined

Why PCaaS is perfect for modern schools

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The last few years have seen a huge shift in the way we consume products and services. From streaming music to leasing cars, we are moving away from owning things and towards paying a monthly cost for using exactly what we need. 

PC as a Service (PCaaS) is a modern consumption model for computers, allowing you to access the latest in computing technology, with installation and support included, for an affordable fixed monthly fee.

Did you know Dell enables over 300,000 classrooms worldwide?

Discover Dell PC as a Service powered by Intel® technology with Windows 11 Pro.

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