How much computing power do you really need while working from home?

Source: TechRadar

The pandemic has shown businesses around the world that allowing employees to work from home is actually possible and can even lead to improved job satisfaction. As a result, many businesses will likely continue to allow their employees to work remotely once the crisis has subsided. For most employees, this won’t be a problem as they can do their jobs with off-the-shelf laptops and software but what about engineers, architects, graphic designers and others who require more computing power to do their work?

To learn more about how much computing power is really needed when working from home, TechRadar Pro spoke with vice president of global commercial marketing at Lenovo, David Rabin.

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Remote worker

The pandemic has shown businesses around the world that allowing employees to work from home is actually possible and can even lead to improved job satisfaction. As a result, many businesses will likely continue to allow their employees to work remotely once the crisis has subsided. For most employees, this won’t be a problem as they can do their jobs with off-the-shelf laptops and software but what about engineers, architects, graphic designers and others who require more computing power to do their work?

To learn more about how much computing power is really needed when working from home, TechRadar Pro spoke with vice president of global commercial marketing at Lenovo, David Rabin.

Video conferencing

Remote worker

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