Over the course of a year, the Royal Opera House in London transformed its IT from desktop to data centre and forged a strategic relationship with Dell on the way, allowing it to remain a leader in the arts.
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International schools organisation boosts student engagement through greater creativity during study times with Dell Venue 11 Pro tablets and Dell Latitude 13 Education Series laptops running Windows 8.1.
Insurance organization uses Dell Statistica Data Miner and Text Miner to analyse the unstructured data contained in insurance claims and accident reports to predict which claims are most likely to incur the largest costs.
Japanese beauty services provider increases customer satisfaction by producing perfect fit hairpieces with rapid turnaround times while maintaining a smooth and trouble-free manufacturing process with Dell Precision T1700 workstations.
To safeguard its educational mission and reduce IT workload, a worldwide, education preparation organization replaces unreliable and time-consuming backup and recovery solutions with Dell AppAssure, thereby increasing storage efficiency.
El Salvador’s top print and online publisher now has a current, up-to-date view of its 500 PCs, saving IT the four months each year that manual inventories took, after deploying a virtualized version of the Dell KACE K1000 systems management solution.
During a complete refresh of K–12 classroom PCs, a Texas school district was able to make student learning more collaborative, interactive and personalized using Dell OptiPlex desktop PCs, Latitude laptops and Venue 11 Pro tablets.
When a major provider of IT as a service to managed service providers for resale designed and built its cloud infrastructure, it eliminated upfront capital costs and cut time-to-market by months using Dell as its one source of equipment and expertise.
In order to optimize healthcare researchers’ big data and high performance computing demands, TGen scaled its existing Dell-based infrastructure to speed up processing time and exploit the latest analytical tools in the pursuit of advancing personalized medicine.