When evaluating PCs for your users, make sure you collect performance data from a variety of benchmarks.
All IT pros want to provide their users with high-performance PCs that best fit their needs. But what are the measurements and benchmarks needed to determine the best-performing PC for your business environment?
Some benchmarks, like PassMark, PerformanceTest, and Cinebench, run the risk of giving you an incomplete or unrealistic picture of how PCs would perform for your users. That’s because they focus more on tasks that don’t fully reflect what typical PC users do, and on PC components rather than complete systems. To get a full picture of how a device will perform, you need benchmark scores that reflect the way most of your users actually work.
Download this solution brief to discover how, by expanding your benchmarking toolbox to include real and relevant measurements, you can gain more accurate insights into how devices will perform in an actual business environment so you can make the right IT decision for your business.