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Lauren Dyer

Solutions Marketing Manager

Lauren joined SHI in July 2019 to provide dedicated marketing support for SHI’s ITAM business, a role that drew on her experience in content development, sales enablement and general B2B marketing communications. Her focus then shifted to product marketing across a range of SHI-developed solutions, working with product owners and business stakeholders to understand and articulate the value of these solutions to customers for the remainder of her tenure. She left SHI in November 2021.

Recent Content by Lauren Dyer

Building sustainability into the device lifecycle
The growing impact of sustainability on the technology supply chain

October 20, 2021
With sustainability a factor in hardware procurement, learn how SHI can build it into the device lifecycle.

4 steps to delivering a modern end-user experience

August 19, 2021
Here are 4 steps IT can take to deliver a modern end-user experience to employees regardless of location.

How SHI is helping Essex County, NJ optimize their 365 environment

August 11, 2021
SHI helps Essex County, NJ keep Microsoft 365 licenses optimized and right-sizes their EA ahead of renewal.

Managing distributed IT assets efficiently and cost effectively

May 5, 2021
Our next webinars will help IT leaders balance the shift to remote work with cost-cutting mandates.

3 ways to address end-user device challenges

April 28, 2021
Learn how SHI helps customers overcome end-user device challenges with Device-as-a-Service.

Support your hybrid work environment with new workloads and operating models

March 25, 2021
Dive into how to design a flexible and robust infrastructure to support hybrid work for your business.

Get ready to support the hybrid workforce
14 weeks of insights and expert advice kicks off March 2!

February 23, 2021
In a new webinar series, SHI experts will share their advice for supporting the hybrid workforce.

How SHI helped Quest Diagnostics find a cure for its ITAM woes

March 12, 2020
Quest Diagnostics needed manpower, expertise, and resources to help manage its IT asset management. Here's what SHI did and how it helped the company save $20M.

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