Technology and Entrepreneurs Unlock Human Potential

The following is a guest post from Elizabeth Gore, Dell’s new Entrepreneur in Residence, pictured (right) below with our first EIR Ingrid Vanderveldt. Elizabeth most recently served as the first-ever Entrepreneur in Residence at the United Nations Foundation, in which she worked with the United Nations and the … READ MORE

Laura Pevehouse September 19, 2014

Can Cloud Power the Future UK Tech Economy?

Author Note: This is a guest post by Nick Hyner, director of Cloud Services for EMEA at Dell On 12th June, we held a cloud roundtable event in London. The aim was to facilitate a relaxed discussion around the question ‘Can cloud power the future UK tech economy?’ looking … READ MORE

Laura Pevehouse June 24, 2014

Taking Dell’s Entrepreneurial Spirit Global

Entrepreneurs are disproportionately the source of global economic growth, jobs and innovation. They are the engine that drives the world economy, creating ~70 percent of jobs globally and as much as 91 percent in some emerging markets (Endeavor). Earlier this week, I had the honor of participating on a job … READ MORE

Mike R. Cote June 13, 2014

Around the World with ProSupport Plus

When we launched ProSupport Plus in April of 2013 (blog), we talked about going to the ends of the earth (video) for our customers and our “strike first” approach. Prevention is still the best support (blog), and we are looking for more ways to bring that level of … READ MORE

Jim Roth April 15, 2014

Turning E-Waste into a Resource in Kenya

Recently, PBS NewsHour Weekend featured a piece highlighting the growing problem of e-waste in Kenya and how local officials, outside corporations, and everyday citizens are working together to improve the state of the area’s recycling industry while also creating a sustainable business model. The problem: an overflow of … READ MORE

Jean Cox-Kearns April 1, 2014
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