Intel Ivy Bridge Goodness Coming Soon

Hello, technophiles! There’s been a lot of anticipation surrounding Intel’s next-generation processor technology, a.k.a. “Ivy Bridge.” A quick look at PC Mag’s write up on the technology goes a long way to explaining why. More power under the hood is always a good thing in the computer world. … READ MORE

John Blain April 27, 2012

Weekly Recap: Dell in the News – April 27th edition

Welcome to the latest edition of the Weekly Recap, your guide to the week's Dell-related news and happenings.  Story of the Week Empowering Women and Electric Scooters: Suddenly Dell Is a Very Different Company IT Business Edge – April 26, 2012This week was Dell’s industry analyst conference where … READ MORE

Chris B April 27, 2012

How evolved is your workplace?

In October, Dell and Intel introduced the "Evolving Workforce Study" at Dell World. The introductory report sparked discussion around how the workforce is changing and how IT will be called upon to adapt in order to support ever-growing employee needs. The study boasts seven potential hypotheses related to … READ MORE

Paul Bell December 7, 2011

New Dell Latitude Notebooks and OptiPlex 990 Desktops Now Available

Dell has a long heritage as business professionals building solutions for business professionals.  And in early February, we announced a huge portfolio of business client systems, including new additions to our Latitude and OptiPlex families.  Response to this line-up was overwhelmingly positive, as some noted it was “one … READ MORE

Kirk Schell March 15, 2011

Latest on the Intel Chipset Issue

Update March 23: Earlier today I published a post regarding how we will support customers who already have systems with affected versions of the Cougar Point chipset. XPS 8300, Vostro 460, Alienware Aurora desktops or Alienware M17x R3 laptops that were received prior to March 1 are potentially affected by the chipset issue. Dell plans to offer … READ MORE

Lionel Menchaca March 1, 2011
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