Microsoft and Dell showcase Innovative devices and solutions at Dell EMC World

Ed. Note: This post was authored by Andrew Tognela, General Manager of the Worldwide Dell Sales Team, Microsoft

Microsoft and Dell have worked closely together for over 30 years, delivering best-in-class devices, solutions and services to customers around the world. We are thrilled to be at Dell EMC World this week showing great Windows 10 experiences on Dell’s innovative PCs, and demonstrating how our joint solutions are driving digital transformation in business and education.

In the past year, we have worked in close collaboration to bring a variety of new Windows 10 devices to market including the XPS and Inspiron lines that come with features like Cortana, your personal digital assistant, Microsoft Edge, touchscreens that let you take full advantage of Windows Ink and infrared cameras that allow you to sign in to the device easily and securely with Windows Hello. We will continue to work together to deliver productivity solutions with Exchange, Office 365 and other Microsoft services. Dell is also helping us deliver premium Windows 10 devices and Dell EMC’s world-class services and support to enterprise customers.

Experts from Microsoft and Dell are conducting a broad array of joint customer sessions at Dell EMC World. We encourage Dell EMC World attendees to attend Technology in Education: Bridging the Next Digital Divide,” Hybrid Cloud Solutions with Microsoft and Dell,” “Why it’s time to break up with your old PCs,” and to visit the Microsoft booth throughout the event to experience the wide variety of innovative solutions that Microsoft and Dell offer.

Microsoft’s engagement at Dell EMC World is a great showcase for the many ways our companies continue to expand our relationship and deliver more value to our joint customers.

Sarah Vela

About the Author: Sarah Vela

Sarah is the Chief Blog Strategist for Dell Technologies. Born in New York and raised in New England, she has been living and working in the Austin area for over 20 years, but she knows that doesn't make her a true Texan. She joined Dell in the spring of 2011, left briefly for another company, but realized her mistake and returned in November of 2019. Sarah has five kids, two dogs, two cats, and no free time.