Digital Catalyst provides more peer and expert advice

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 Two years ago, we started Catalyst magazine, mainly to share the stories of Dell’s mid-sized customers and the inventive ways they use technology to make their businesses more successful. Along the way, we learned a lot, both from informal feedback and via an extensive global survey that measured customer reactions to the magazine. We discovered that you enjoy learning about the experiences of your peers, but you’d like a lot more from us – more in-depth writing, more technical advice, more product coverage, and more coverage of news and trends.

Today you can see that we’ve put your requests to work in our latest Catalyst digital issue. We revamped our content format to pack each magazine with much more information. Our customer stories will give you more detail about how your peers are using technology to improve and enable their businesses. This month, find out how several companies are leveraging virtualization in different ways to expand and deliver their services.

In addition, every issue of Catalyst will include more practical technical advice about the topics you told us were most important: virtualization, security, storage, mobility and cloud computing.  These will be written by industry experts, experienced journalists, and many of the elite Dell subject matter experts you find blogging here about small and mid-sized business and technology.

While we were making changes, we also redesigned the look of the magazine to ensure it was streamlined and easier to read. Our digital edition on the newsstand is even more useful because it provides buttons and links to access additional content, including educational videos, white papers, customer case studies, and product information pages. Be sure to click over and check it out. It’s absolutely free to read; and if you like it, you can sign up to subscribe to future issues.

We hope you enjoy the new Catalyst. Please offer your comments or suggestions below, or you can reach us @DellCatalyst.

About the Author: Susan Fogarty

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