Dell Weekly Recap: News & Customer Spotlight (April 12 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

Putting Big Data to Work

Dell masters the art of information to climb to the top, one byte at a time. Petabytes and exabytes, zettabytes and yottabytes — this is the new vocabulary of the digital age.

 

DELL CUSTOMER SPOTLIGHT

Paperless meeting planned for Ecofin

E.U. ministers and governors meeting as part of the E.U.’s Economic and Financial Affairs (EcoFin) Council will experience their first fully paperless meeting, having each been equipped with a Dell Latitude 10 tablet computer, running Microsoft Windows 8 and cloud based Office 365 software.

 

5 STORIES ABOUT DELL

Dell: Data complexity forces need for agnostic tool chain approach – ZD Net, April 10, 2013

A data dichotomy has changed the face of information management, bringing with it huge new data challenges for businesses to solve, according to a Dell software executive.

 

Dell bangs drum for Windows 8 tablets – Tech Radar, April 10, 2013

Windows 8 will account for 30 percent of business users for tablets, according to analyst firm Forrester, and the lure of Windows 8 tablets is expected to hold fast. Margaret Franco, executive director, End User Computing, Dell, outlined how Dell’s Windows 8 product offering is addressing the security and manageability needs of CIOs.

 

Connected Approach to IT Security – Pro Security Zone, April 8, 2013

Last year, Dell formed its own dedicated Software Group, a major priority of which is security. In creating its security business, Dell wanted to examine a different approach to solving the difficult problems of connecting all the different aspects of security to enable a more holistic approach. Experts exist in trapping malware, identity management, network security, advanced persistent threats and all the other isolated exposures that users and networks face.

OptiPlex 9010: Dell Delivers a More Usable Touchscreen AiO – PC World, April 3, 2013

The launch of the touch-centric Windows 8 spawned a host of new all-in-one (AiO) designs, most of which leave something to be desired. But with a little patience and forethought, Dell has delivered a considerably more usable touchscreen AiO…

 

How Do Innovators Think? A look into Dell’s Boston Think Tank for Entrepreneurs and Small Businesses – Content Triggers Blog, April 6, 2013

In order to establish connections with local entrepreneurs and small businesses, Dell hosted a series of think tank events across the United States discussing issues relevant to SMBs, including access to capital, technology, networks, talent and expertise.

 

TOP 5 Direct2Dell POSTS (Apr 6 – Apr 12)

  1. Expanding Our Partner Engagement Through Social Media
  2. Where one size doesn’t fit all… it fails all.
  3. Mobility demand and its influence on Dell’s Technology Strategy
  4. Dell at the 2013 National Association of Broadcasters Conference
  5. Dell Storage Positioned in the Leaders Quadrant of the 2013 Magic Quadrant for General-Purpose Disk Arrays

 

Press Release(s) (Apr 6 – Apr 12)

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