Taiwanese PC hardware manufacturer Acer may be having a tough time rebounding from its quarterly losses, but that hasn’t necessarily stopped it from grouping together and finding ways to adjust to the increasingly competitive mobile market. As stated in a recent report from Want China Times, the PC company will be looking to revamp its company strategy dramatically in the coming periods by focusing on two major areas– making use of the industry’s “young” talents and strengthening its cloud computing services.
“Acer… plans to recruit talent from the younger generation in a bid to bring in fresh ideas for new products and cloud services,” the publication noted. According to the article, the company’s current chairman, Stan Shih, believes young people will be a particularly good fit as they’ll be able to “grasp trends in the cloud computing age more easily.”
To further boost its brand’s popularity, the Taiwanese company will apparently also encourage its own employees to start using Acer handsets and computers.