Secure and Sleek: New OptiPlex All-in-Ones Provide Industry’s Best Security

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Businesses have more options than ever to consider when choosing a device in today’s evolving workforce. Not only do they need specific features and performance, they also require flexible technologies that can be used in multiple environments, are easily managed and help them secure their biggest asset—their data—and all accomplished with ever-shrinking IT budgets. And while the risk and fallout of cyber breaches have dominated recent headlines, the truth is that security has never been anything other than a major consideration for most executives.

More than 200,000 new malware variations are being developed daily and many of these are being created to target midmarket and small businesses. This means that enterprise level security is no longer solely the domain of Fortune 500 companies, but needs to be a vital consideration for every organization, business and institution. And, in the U.S. alone, security breaches cost US organizations an estimated $25.8 billion annually, yet many fail to effectively recognize and prioritize the next big wave of risk to IT security from unknown threats

The OptiPlex brand began it all for Dell and continues to be one of our largest lines of business and today we’re excited  to announce two new additions to the  portfolio–the OptiPlex 3030 All-in-One and the OptiPlex 9030 All-in-One. The OptiPlex 9030 All-in-One is the most secure commercial all-in-one desktop  on the market today and offers  comprehensive encryption, advanced authentication and malware prevention from a single source.

A doctor consults with a patient while referring to information on an OptiPlex All-In-One

Along with this, the OptiPlex 9030 All-in-One offers a compact, high performing 23-inch desktop which is perfect for offices where space is limited, along with:

  • Class leading performance with 4th Generation Intel i5-i7 Quad Core Processors, multi- touch features and integrated HD graphics
  • New thin and sleek design, including a rotating screen and dual monitor capability, making it not only Dell’s thinnest all-in-one, but flexible enough to be used in any office space
  • A full HD webcam, a universal headset and complete Microsoft Lync Certification for collaboration and increased productivity in a global workforce
  • Optional discrete graphics providing double the power of the previous generation
  • Redesigned packaging and simple in-band management solution for simple deployment, as well as tool-less serviceability and redesigned cabling
  • Dell’s ProSupport function, providing 24 hour support to IT departments anywhere in the world

Along with the class-leading power and manageability features, the OptiPlex 3030 All-in-One provides the most environmentally friendly technology product on the market and at a great price. 

Offering the perfect mix of security, manageability and reliability for today’s modern workplace, the OptiPlex 3030 All-in-One’s space saving design, touch screen ability and durability means it was  also designed with classrooms in mind.

A young girl touches the screen of an OptiPlex All-In-One

The OptiPlex 3030 All-in-One also features:

  • A sleek, thin and clutter free all-in-one chassis with 4th Generation Intel Core processors and high- resolution capacitive touch screen
  • Availability Windows 8.1 or Ubuntu
  • Heightened security features including a lockable port cover, lock slot support, as well as access to Dell Data Protection solutions including our Protected Workspace offering which provides class leading malware protection
  • The OptiPlex 3030 All-in-One is also the first device to receive third party certification from UL Environment for using closed loop recycled plastics

The OptiPlex 9030 and 3030 All-in-Ones are available today worldwide and start at $899 and $799, respectively. 

About the Author: Kirk Schell

Kirk Schell is senior vice president of Dell’s Commercial Client Product Group. In this role he is responsible for overseeing strategy, planning, launch and sustaining programs, brand and messaging for Dell Latitude commercial client products and Dell’s Internet of Things edge computing portfolio. Mr. Schell has held multiple leadership roles in his 18 year career at Dell. Previously, he led the Marketing organization for Dell’s Business Client Product Group and was responsible for product strategy, product planning and management, messaging and overall business performance of the Latitude, OptiPlex and Dell Precision brands. Before that role, he served in Shanghai, China as director of the Vostro Product Group for Dell’s Small and Medium Business (SMB) division. In that capacity he was responsible for the Vostro desktop and notebook product line and Emerging Market products in Dell’s portfolio of SMB products worldwide. Before joining Dell, Mr. Schell served as an officer in the United States Navy in the US Navy Nuclear Power Program. He also served as the United States Navy Liaison to Britannia Royal Naval College, Dartmouth in Devon, England. Mr. Schell holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and an MBA from The University of Michigan. He now lives in Austin, Texas after repatriating in June 2010 from Shanghai, China and the Dell China Design Center.
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