Dell Weekly Recap & Customer Spotlight (Dec 6 Edition)

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Dell Weekly Recap: News & Customer Spotlight

Welcome to the latest edition of Dell’s Weekly Recap, your guide to the week's Dell-related news and happenings.

 

TOP STORY OF THE WEEK

Dell outs new 24-inch and 32-inch UltraHD 4K monitors

Representing the industry’s most complete portfolio of Ultra HD Monitors, Dell has announced a range of new display technology at affordable price points designed to meet the demands of 4K content and a wide range of other professional and consumer needs.

 

CUSTOMER SPOTLIGHT

Liberty Hill Independent School District

Texas District Beefs up Technology in New High School

By deploying Dell's KACE K1000 and K2000 systems management appliances, Liberty Hill Independent School District’s IT organization in Austin, Texas, will be able to better manage its endpoint requirements as the school district prepares for rapid growth.

 

5 STORIES ABOUT DELL

The Health Care Industry: Big Data Is Great, but We Can't Find Enough TalentDecember 4, 2013

Based on its work in the field of personalized medicine for pediatric cancer patients, Dell has been cited as one of a few companies exploring the potential of big data in the healthcare sector.

 

Dell's CMO Reveals Plan For Success As A Private CompanyDecember 2, 2013

Illustrating the significant opportunity for Dell to build on its entrepreneurial roots as a private company, Karen Quintos, senior vice president and chief marketing officer, Dell, has said that the company is prioritizing its customer relationships while growing its end-to-end capabilities.

 

Cyber Monday excitement prompts online shopping security warningsDecember 2, 2013

The holiday season brings with it a host of cyber threats including bogus holiday coupons and gift cards for popular gift items. Dell SecureWorks has outlined a 12-point plan detailing how to avoid falling victim to cyber criminals while shopping online this Christmas.

 

Prices falling for cybercriminal suppliesNovember 27, 2013

Cyber-criminals can buy full details for a U.S.-based Visa or MasterCard number for about $4, pay $7 for an American Express number or $8 for Discover, according to research by Dell SecureWorks. All prices include the CVV security code.

 

Diversity and inclusionNovember 26, 2013

Recognizing that gender policy lies at the heart of many organizations’ diversity and inclusion efforts, Ronnie Ong,  senior HR director for Dell Asia Pacific and Japan has highlighted why workplace diversity will continue to be a subject of great concern for global business.

 

TOP 5 Direct2Dell Posts (Nov 22 – Dec 6)

 

Press Release(s) (Nov 22 – Dec 6)

 

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