Dell Weekly Recap: News & Stories About Dell (May 3 Edition)

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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.


Dell: SMB, School PCs Not Doomed By Tablets – Information Week, April 16, 2013

If the traditional PC is dying, Dell must have the missed the memo.  Sure, Dell's business has expanded and evolved well beyond PCs, thanks in part to acquisitions and other moves. And it certainly has its stake in the so-called post-PC era, with tablets and other touchscreen devices already in the market and more to come.


Dell Trumpets Q1 Server Gains, HP Disputes Data – CRN, April 30, 2013

According to preliminary Q1 market share data from Gartner, Dell’s server share grew 2.6 percent year-on-year, compared to HP whose share was down 15.2 percent in the same timeframe.

The IT Conversation We Should Be Having – HBR Blog Network, April 25, 2013

Senior executives increasingly need to be aware of the rapidly changing IT environment that will dramatically impact their businesses. Jim Stikeleather, executive strategist and chief innovation officer, Dell Services, outlined how business leaders can leverage new business insights and the emergence of new technologies.

Person to Watch > Ryan Selkis of Good Benefits – The Heights, April 24, 2013

It is no secret that Boston and Boston College itself are home to many startup companies. The combination of world class institutions and a plethora of young students and professionals fosters the perfect environment for turning ideas into the next venture that impacts society. Good-Benefits, founded by Ryan Selkis, BC ’08, is one example of a Boston startup taking flight.

Codero Goes Dell, Solidifying its Enterprise Lineup – Silicon Angle, April 3, 2013

In the hosting game, the target is always world-class, and Codero Hosting has just announced a partnership with Dell to solidify their world-class promise. The announcement means Dell’s enterprise-grade servers and equipment are now part of the hosting solution provider’s extensive services and infrastructure lineup.

Review: Dell U3014 Monitor – Max IT Online, April 30, 2013

The Dell U3014 monitor has been recognized for its stunning 30-inch display, perfectly calibrated colors, impressive range of connectivity ports and its Display Manager software which helps to increase the productivity of its users.

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