Slide 01 Managed Services

End User Devices

Equip your workforce efficiently.

Custom Devices for your Business.

Remote work has never seen such a rapidly increasing trend than these current Covid times we are in. Companies have been aligning flexible jobs and remote work to their strategic objectives now more than ever. This flexibility allows employees to meet business objectives while maintaining a work-life balance efficiently and in the safety of their own homes. Hence end-user devices used must be up to date and easily adaptable to a work life from home.

End User Devices refer to personal computers (desktops, notebooks, or workstations) or any consumer devices that employees use.

Bridge IT provides end user solutions including laptops and notebooks, desktops, thin clients, workstations, 2-in-1 devices, and tablets.

Facilitate employees to work at their optimum. The flexible nature of devices allows them to work anywhere or manage projects from one location.

Bridge IT understands the shift in office environments forces employers to change their approach to how they manage their workforce. We provide small-medium businesses with the tools and processes necessary to enable employees to have the flexibility for remote work if needed. Bridge IT realises it’s not just about supplying the devices; it’s about providing the most effective solution and support for employees that enable them to achieve business goals.

Device Lifecycle

Minimise end user down time and optimise software costs.


Lifecycle management reduces the total cost of ownership of end-user devices and increases accessibility through an integrated management approach.

Installation Services

Ensure your end user devices are setup and readily available.


Endpoint installations include hardware installation, bios and firmware change, operating system installation, device asset tagging and reporting.

Refresh & Upgrades

Low total cost of ownership throughout the EUD lifecycle.


Ensure your devices continuously meet the needs of your employees & business objectives through long-lasting, high-performance machines.

Right-size business productivity.

Find the products and features that will drive employee efficiency ― so you can stay focused on the bottom line.

Inspire your employees.

Equip employees with the right devices and provide them with the ability to work remotely. Focus on people-centric design and flexible form factors so your team can work anywhere.

Strive for better ROI.

The right devices tailored to meet your employees’ needs can help companies reach new levels of productivity while saving on costs.

Further Reading on End User Devices

Every business organization large and small involves end user computing that allows employees to access programs and information from in-office or mobile devices. Unlike consumer gadgets and Internet connections, companies need more specific and secure strategies. With an ever-increasing number of professionals accessing their work from home and on the go, systems need to welcome mobility and allow use of a wide variety of device types.

End User Computing Explained

Modern workers expect instantaneous access to programs, communication, and services. Instead of sitting behind a desk for eight hours a day, they need to function professionally at any time and in any place appropriate to their career. Whether they use personal laptops or tablets to tackle paperwork at home or have corporate assigned end user devices for travel or virtual meetings, the IT infrastructure needs to perform sufficiently to connect without delay or interruption.

What does this include? At its most basic, end user computing includes virtualization servers, multiple types of storage for user access and data, and networking capabilities. It includes everything a company, organization, and its workers need to perform work duties on their own device from anywhere.

Important Benefits of End User Device Connection

Unlike old-fashioned offices full of individual workstations, end user computing provides centralized management capabilities. This means that you do not need a large IT team performing maintenance and upgrades on every piece of hardware and software. Instead, everything is handled in one place so every point of access is updated at the same time. This can include the operating system, storage options, communication programs, and even adding new applications to every single user at once.

Besides the ability to work from anywhere, end user computing should allow for user choice when it comes to the devices they prefer to operate. This “bring your own device” option can increase productivity. When an employee can choose their own favorites, they are better equipped to perform necessary functions in a comfortable and swift manner.

In today’s modern world, security outweighs almost any other aspect of tech use. The mobile connectivity and additional avenues for collaboration may introduce the potential for security issues. However, when an experienced and agile IT professional team handles these things for you, anti-risk measures are more easily and swiftly deployed to proactively counter potential issues. All end user computing set ups must involve strong protections and a disaster recovery plan to handle any threats.

The concept does not include a lot of complexity. Any business needs to stay mobile, responsive, and flexible when it comes to business hours and on-the-go access. This is especially important as more businesses go digital and global. Your top talent is no longer tied down to a central location or a desktop workstation.

End user computing works best with the latest and most flexible IT infrastructure solutions that focus on flash storage and hyper-convergence. Besides offering the ability to go mobile without access or security issues, these things also improve the possibility of future growth and expansion.