Dell Weekly Recap & Customer Spotlight (Nov 15 Edition)

Dell Weekly Recap: News & Customer Spotlight

Welcome to the latest edition of Dell’s Weekly Recap, your guide to the week's Dell-related news and happenings.


Theater of the not-so-absurd: Dell dramatizes Mil-Std testing

Dell is encouraging its federal customers to submit stories about how its rugged gear is working in the field through a humorous video that demonstrates how its ruggedized notebooks set “the standards that all rugged gear must follow.”


Kennesaw State University

Kennesaw State U Adds Business Intelligence Software To Manage Growth

The third largest and fastest growing university in Georgia, U.S., Kennesaw State University, has successfully leveraged Dell Software’s Toad Business Intelligence Suite to transform HR processes, enabling university leaders to make timely, accurate decisions.


Alienwares Exist – Nov 8, 2013
Whether a gamer is a newcomer looking to pick up a quality machine with the safety-net of customer service, or a tech-savvy expert who wants to be able to upgrade their rig, Alienware aims to appeal to them all.

CIOs: Stop Chasing Shadow IT, And Start Chasing InnovationNovember 8, 2013
CIOs and CMOs should collaborate with peers to chase innovation and help their businesses grow, following the lead of Dell’s “extraordinary CIO” Andi Karaboutis.

ARM Servers Face Long, Winding RoadOctober 31, 2013
As companies are starting to invest in low-cost, low-power mobile processors, Dell recently showcased its first 64-bit ARM microserver, designed to help companies adopt hyperscale architectures and manage the rapid growth in unstructured information.

Dell Maintains High Standards for Supply Chain PartnersNovember 7, 2013
Dell takes conditions within its supply chain very seriously. Trisa Thompson, vice president of corporate responsibility, Dell, has outlined the actions taken in response to inquiries from a recent DanWatch report into Dell’s suppliers, and how the company will conduct a follow-up audit.

Why integrating EMRs and digital images is an ethical and practical imperativeNovember 13, 2013
Integrating digital images with electronic medical records will not only save customers money, but will improve outcomes and reduce the amount of radiation exposure over a patient’s lifetime according to Dell’s Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Andrew Litt.

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