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Which is the best way to acquire your IT?

Purchase, lease or consumption-based IT solutions

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Balancing ease-of-use, functionality, and the cost is a constant struggle, especially as the types of solutions available increase every year. There are three primary acquisition methods for IT infrastructure: outright purchase, leasing, and consumption-based models.

Read more to understand finding the best model that fits your business needs:

  • The best way to acquire your IT
  • Finding the model that fits your business needs
  • Pros and cons
  • Implementing your chosen model

Download this resource from Dell Technologies and Intel® to learn more.

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