The Coming Desktop Revolution?
Nortel Networks Chief Information Officer Steve Bandrowczak has already taken a whack out of the high cost of managing and operating his company's thousands of desktop computers. He estimates that it costs Nortel about $100 per month to operate a PC, including everything from the purchase price to software, maintenance, and support expenses. That's compared with upwards of $150 per machine at other companies.
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