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Old 12-14-2021, 01:41 PM
Karen615 Karen615 is offline Biz Case for Larger Monitors Windows 7 64bit Biz Case for Larger Monitors Office 2010 64bit
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Hello,



My boss is not computer savvy and all he does is check emails all day and only has one 19 monitor and is content with that. I currently have two 19 monitors and a laptop. Im working on large spreadsheets and PowerPoint presentations to name a few of my reasons for wanting a larger monitor. Im putting together a business case for IT to request to upgrade my two monitors to 27 (minimum). Can someone give me some strong arguments to add to the biz case?

I already have the obvious:
Reduces window management
Less scrolling
Would not have to piece together screen shots
Smaller monitor is a strain on my eyes
Increases productivity

Your help is greatly appreciated.
Thank you,
Karen
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