On-The-Job Reliability: You’ve Got a Secret and We Want to Hear It

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This past spring we went out through social networks to ask people for their tips for making a great first impression – something we think our Vostro V130 (and the more recently launched V131) can help do.

This search for “Trade Secrets” was just the beginning and now we’re back to learn more from small and medium businesses everywhere!

This time we hope you will share your advice for ensuring reliability through your team, your workflow, your equipment – any resources you count on to help your business run smoothly.

There are several ways to share – the easiest being to leave a comment on the Trade Secrets tab of our Dell for Business page on Facebook. You can also tweet using the #tradesecrets hashtag and it will automatically be aggregated in the Facebook app.

Oh, and did I mention we’ll be giving away several Latitude laptops to those who do share their advice? Check the Facebook page for details on how to enter to win. While the contest is open to US residents only, anyone from anywhere can read the advice, join the conversation and share their tips.

We expect to hear about durability, security and reliability – all key to keeping businesses running smoothly – especially when it comes to IT. Our Latitude E-Family laptops provide all of these and come with the support to perform wherever your business takes you.

As a new element in our second Trade Secrets program, we’re going to be holding a webcast to talk more about how the Latitude E-Family laptops can provide one-the-job reliability. Host Chris Pirillo will talk with real Dell small and medium business customers so don’t expect a boring product demo.

We hope you can join us online at noon Central on September 13 – webcast link to come soon!

About the Author: Laura Pevehouse

Laura Pevehouse was profiled as one of five “social media mavens” in the March 2009 issue of Austin Woman Magazine and named an AdWeek’s TweetFreak Five to Follow. She has been part of the Dell organization for more than 15 years in various corporate communications, employee communications, public relations, community affairs, marketing, branding, social media and online communication roles. From 2014-2018, Laura was Chief Blogger/Editor-in-Chief for Direct2DellEMC and Direct2Dell, Dell’s official corporate blog that she help launch in 2007. She is now a member of the Dell Technologies Chairman Communications team. Earlier in her Dell career she focused on Global Commercial Channels and US Small and Medium Business public relations as part of the Global Communications team. Prior to that, she was responsible for global strategy in social media and community management, as well as marcom landing pages, as a member of Dell’s Global SMB Marketing, Brand and Creative team. When she was part of Dell’s Global Online group, Laura provided internal consulting that integrated online and social media opportunities with a focus on Corporate Communications and Investor Relations. She managed the home page of Dell.com, one of the top 500 global web sites in Alexa traffic rank, and first brought web feeds and podcasts to the ecommerce site. In her spare time she led Dell into the metaverse with the creation of Dell Island in the virtual world Second Life. Laura has earned the designation of Accredited Business Communicator from the International Association of Business Communicators, and received her Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from Louisiana State University. Before joining Dell Financial Services in 2000, she worked at the Texas Workforce Commission and PepsiCo Food Systems Worldwide.