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Widespread change over the past few years has transformed the business landscape. A surge in hybrid and remote working, with 20% of organisations looking to implement additional measures to enable more hybrid or homeworking in the next six to 12 months alone[1], coupled with a growing focus on sustainability, has driven companies to rethink their tech habits.

Notably, Device as a Service (DaaS) and Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) are gaining traction. A Fortune Business Insights survey predicts a colossal leap in the DaaS market, for example, soaring from $22 billion in 2022 to nearly $155 billion by 2030[2].

So, what is DaaS and IaaS all about, and how can as-a-Service (aaS) subscriptions help businesses to meet their sustainability targets? As-a-service models such as DaaS deliver a broad range of digital workplace solutions, flexible payment options, and reliable, high-quality equipment.

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