Dell Technologies kicked off its annual conference, Dell Technologies World, by turning a concept into reality. Announced last fall as a strategy known as Project APEX, Dell’s new as-a-Service offering is now live.
Dell released the Latitude 7320 Detachable PC, complete with a stylus and folio keyboard, to compete against Microsoft’s Surface Pro.
Dell Technologies is spinning off its 81 per cent equity ownership of VMware to pay off some of its debt and position its self for future growth.
The Dell Inspiron 16 Plus comes with a 16:10 display, dedicated graphics and Intel’s high-performance processors for $950.
Dell Technologies officially announced a refresh of their Dell EMC PowerEdge server portfolio
After nearly 23 years with the company, stretching back prior to the Dell-EMC merger, Dell Technologies says its president and general manager for Canada Mike Sharun is retiring this spring.
The Dell Precision 5550 nails all the needs of a content creator in an impressively small body.
The quicking pace of digital transformation prompted Dell Technologies to update its partner program, and on Tuesday, three of the company’s most influential movers and shakers spilled the beans about what the updates mean for channel partners.
Dell announced a slew of new Latitude business laptops ahead of CES 2021.
Coffee Briefing, November 27, 2020 – Leadership changes, Dell’s Q3, and MSPs ask for help managing bad clients
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Dell Technologies has had a busy week. On Monday, it released new Dell EMC Ready solutions for genomics, HPC with Bright Computing Cluster Manager, and digital manufacturing, and today marks the launch of new PowerProtect solutions to protect all that data.
This year, announcements were few but the company took advantage of the opportunity to reinforce its commitment to its partners, and to give some new faces a bit of air time.
Dell Technologies is putting its as-a-service aspirations into overdrive, unveiling a new initiative called Project Apex that will ease the company and its partners and clients into the as-a-service world.
The new Dell XPS 13 laptops get Intel 11th-Gen processors and faster RAM.
The “uneven and frustrating” times alluded to by Dell chief executive officer Michael Dell recently continue for the tech giant.