Dell Services Joins Robin Hood in Concrete Sherwood Forest

Batman has long-patrolled Gotham, and Superman Metropolis, but the present and future vigilante to claim the streets of NYC is Robin Hood. The Robin Hood of English folklore robbed from the rich to give to the poor as the greedy Prince John overtaxed King Richard’s kingdom. But the Robin Hood … READ MORE

Anka J May 10, 2016

Dell Awarded 2016 Texas Environmental Excellence “Pollution Prevention” Award

Trucost estimates an environmental cost savings to society of $700 million per year if the entire computer manufacturing industry switched to closed-loop recycled plastic. That’s just one reason we’re honored that the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) recently recognized our work pioneering a circular economy for IT that designs … READ MORE

Newest Dell XPS Lineup Brings the Upgrades

Today, Dell officially unveiled our new line-up of XPS devices, including the first virtually borderless InfinityEdge display in a 15-inch laptop, first 4K Ultra HD display in a 2-in-1, improved performance in the world’s smallest 13-inch laptop and more. Personally, I’m very happy these products are now available, because as … READ MORE

Laura Pevehouse October 8, 2015

Dell’s New Green Building Earns LEED Gold Certification

You probably don’t think about your physical work environment very often, unless something is making it uncomfortable. But facilities management professionals put a lot of thought into it, and our Dell Facilities team has been working hard to not only help employees like me more productive, but to also reduce … READ MORE

Laura Pevehouse July 6, 2015

Looking Back on Our Legacy of Good [Infographic]

To borrow a line from Bob Dylan, the times they are a changin’. Last year was the hottest year on record (since 1880) and climate change is increasingly linked to extreme weather that’s happening today—not 50 years in the future. And change wasn’t just around the climate, year-on-year giving among … READ MORE

Trisa Thompson June 22, 2015

Solar Powered Labs Take Tech-Enabled Learning Off the Grid

According to a recent UNICEF report, there are almost 121 million children worldwide that are not enrolled in school. These children lack access to the facilities, teachers and technology they need to receive a quality education, which is critical to global economic stability and access to opportunity. Research shows that … READ MORE

Trisa Thompson March 9, 2015
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